Consumer electronics firm Videochip has developed a way of enabling customers to carry their digital photo albums in their wallets.
At this week's Consumer Electronics Show taking place in Las Vegas the company demonstrated a pocket sized digital photo album, dubbed Wallet, that reads any Compactflash memory card from a digital camera instantly.
All a consumer has to do is snap in a standard Compactflash memeory card and it's show time.
The colour display Wallet can be used to show photos, presentations and graphics from most digital cameras, a PC or the Web and plays them anywhere.
Videochip expects the Wallet to appeal to amateur photographers as well as professional picture takers working for estate agents and architects, for example.
The company claims it has already sold out its first shipment of the Wallet which officially goes on sale over the Internet next month, priced at $399.
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