|[December 19, 2012]
MDI Combines Designer Luxury and Technology with New Waterford and Vera Wang Digital Photo Frames
DUBLIN, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
MDI (News - Alert), an innovative consumer electronics company based in Silicon Valley,
announced today that it is now providing Waterford Crystal and Vera Wang
digital photo frames to consumers through many premium retailers in
North America, including Bed Bath & Beyond and Amazon.
For the first time, the world's premium crystal frame brand and a
leading fashion brand are available as digital photo frames, allowing
consumers to store over one thousand photos in one simple step on a
single beautiful frame.
"The Waterford and Vera Wang brands are renowned for style and quality,
and we are excited to provide consumers with the perfect marriage of
technology and luxury design with these stunning new digital photo
frames," said Michael Harmon, president of MDI.
Waterford and Vera Wang Frames Offer Style and Functionality
Classic and timeless, the MDI Waterford Digital Photo Frame features an
8-inch back-lit LCD with a premium crystal frame. The MDI Vera Wang
Wedgwood With Love Noir Digital Photo Frame showcases an 8-inch back-lit
LCD with a black enamel and silver frame.
The new frames display photos in vibrant color and a picture-enhancing
800x600 resolution. The 4:3 aspect ratio preserves the original format
of the digital photos, ensuring that they are not stretched or cropped.
Additionally, consumers can store up to 1600 of their favorite memories
on the 256MB built-in memory.
The MDI Waterford and Vera Wang digital photo frames both have One-Touch
pcture loading via a camera memory card or a direct connection to a
computer, USB or digital camera. Images can be rotated and resized, and
brightness and color settings can be changed. The frames also can play
back AVI video clips and MP3 music files.
Both frames include useful features, such as calendar, clock and alarm
functions. Additionally, they each can be programmed with specific
on/off times to avoid unnecessary power usage.
Pricing and Availability
The MDI Waterford Somerset 8" Digital Photo Frame (MD8001) is available
for $199.00 and the MDI Vera Wang Wedgwood With Love Noir 8" Digital
Photo Frame (MD8002) is available for $169.99. Both frames are available
now at leading retailers including Amazon, American Express (News - Alert), Bed Bath &
Beyond, Linen Chest (Canada), MyTableWare.com, and many more. The new
MDI digital photo frames will be also be distributed through www.LuxuryDigitalFrames.com,
a division of MDI.
MDI was founded specifically to converge the latest imaging and digital
technologies with the world's leading designer brands. The 21st
century consumer wants technology to simplify their lives, but also
wants the quality, style, and workmanship associated with top designer
brands. MDI fulfills that need with products that ensure customer
satisfaction through our focus on innovation and convenience. The
founders of MDI created the first home décor digital photo frame back in
2006 and then sold over 7 million digital photo frames over the past 6
years. They also created the world's first touch interface digital photo
frame, the first "one step user interface," the first email photo frame,
and the first cellular photo frame during that same period. After years
of consumer feedback, MDI was formed to meet consumer demand for the
best home décor and tabletop designs.
Most digital images never leave "cyberspace," while digital photo frame
technology allows you to share and view those images every day in your
home and office, moving those cherished images out of your camera and
into your life. Now, with the creation of MDI and
LuxuryDigitalFrames.com, you can also proudly display those memories in
the world's leading designer frames, Waterford Crystal and Vera Wang
Wedgewood. All of the Waterford and Vera Wang digital photo frames are
assembled here in the United States. The company is headquartered in
California's Silicon Valley. For more information on MDI, visit www.LuxuryDigitalFrames.com.
[ Back To TMCnet.com's Homepage ]