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PACIFIC DIGITAL® AND MICROSOFT® COLLABORATE ON INTERGRATING WINDOWS VISTA TECHNOLOGIES WITH DIGITAL PICTURE FRAMES

January 1, 2006

LAS VEGAS, NV – January 1, 2006 – Pacific Digital Corporation is working with Microsoft to integrate the next generation MemoryFrame family of digital picture frames with enhanced features built into the upcoming Microsoft Windows Vista release. Pacific Digital will be demonstrating Microsoft Windows Vista at it's booth at CES.

Digital Picture Frames are quickly becoming a standard part of the home, displaying digital photos and other content as an "electronic scrapbook". The MemoryFrame will be able use the features of Windows Vista to further integrate digital picture frames into the home experience by supporting Windows Vista capabilities such as Windows Media Connect, Windows Connect Now and RSS Feeds.

With the release of Microsoft's Windows Vista, users will easily be able to view photos on Pacific Digital's picture frame. The frame can either be connected via USB 2.0 High Speed or wirelessly to the computer. When the computer or home server running Windows Vista is switched on the Digital Picture Frame will discover the Windows Vista shared media and instantly begin displaying content. If no system is found the MemoryFrame will revert to content stored in its internal memory.

The frame can be positioned on a wired or wireless network anywhere around the house, whether it is the living room, den or bedroom. Users will have the option of setting up favorite slide shows that can be played either simultaneously on each Picture Frame or individually to suite the mood for that particular location.

"Pacific Digital has been a pioneer in the Digital Picture Frame category and is at the forefront of developing new applications that benefit the digital photo users in being able to quickly and easily get pictures from their digital cameras and into the living room environment". Says John Parsa, Founder of Pacific Digital Corporation. "Working with Microsoft and the Windows VistaTM platform will make this an effortless transition from computer to the digital photo frame"

ABOUT PACIFIC DIGITAL

Established in 1996, Pacific Digital Corporation offers broad families of wireless and web enabled digital picture frames and digital signage, as well as optical storage products. Pacific Digital continues to develop innovative software and hardware solutions for today's digital photo enthusiast.

Top 50 Technology Innovators of 2005.

Source: IT Week

Pacific Digital Corporation is headquartered at 11781 Mitchell North, Irvine, CA 92614.
Phone is 949-252-1111; Fax is 949-477-9397.

Web site is http://www.PacificDigital.com.



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