Largest digital picture frame at CES
Smartparts, Inc., a leading manufacturer and innovator driving the explosive digital picture frame market, will unveil the world's largest digital picture frame at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the 32 inch SP3200. One of several innovative new products launched by Smartparts at CES, the SP3200's 16:9, widescreen LCD panel displays photos in high-definition, with a resolution of 1366x768. Smartparts will also introduce another first at CES 2008 with the launch of the world's first and only digital picture frame with a built-in photo printer, the SP8PRT.
Smartparts SP3200 - 32 inch picture frame
Part of the company's extensive and highly-successful OptiPix family of digital picture frames, the SP8PRT takes versatility to a whole new level as it gives consumers the ability to print any digital picture stored on the frame with the touch of a button. "The impressive SP3200 and highly-versatile SP8PRT are indicative of our dedication to provide consumers with innovative and cutting-edge digital frames," said Stefan Guelpen, president and co-founder of Smartparts. "CES 2008 will give us the opportunity to showcase these revolutionary new models as well as other new additions to our popular OptiPix and SyncPix lines."
Based in Totowa, New Jersey, Smartparts, Inc. is one of the pioneers of the quickly emerging Digital Picture Frame product category. Today, its partnership with Wynit, Inc. provides state-of-the-art distribution capabilities with distribution centers in California, Tennessee and New York.