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Jan 5, 2006

PhotoVu Announces World’s Most Powerful Wireless Digital Picture Frame

Double Memory Increase and Upgradeability Ensures Support of Rapid Camera Megapixel Growth

Press Release: LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ — Today PhotoVu(TM) announced the availability of the new PhotoVu PV1955(TM) picture frame, which adds support for up to 16.7 megapixel cameras, USB 2.0, and future upgradeability to Wi-Fi® wireless-G networking, advanced screen transitions, commercial applications, and Internet services. An optional 1GB USB flash drive or USB 40GB removable hard drive can also be used for stand-alone play.

“The PV1955 is a perfect addition to fully leverage the newest digital cameras and upcoming Internet services. Our fourth-generation digital frame is the crispest and brightest PhotoVu yet,” said Mark Van Buskirk, Partner, PhotoVu. “And we’ve doubled its internal memory to support up to 16.7 megapixel cameras, ensuring our customers can view all of their photo collection for years to come.”

About the PhotoVu Frames

All PhotoVu digital picture frames require no additional image manipulation or software installation. Consumer and business users can display thousands of digital photos or other digital content stored on any Windows® or Macintosh® computer that has a network connection. An optional 40GB USB removable hard drive or 1GB USB key drive is also available for stand-alone operation. All features and operations, including integration with Adobe® Photoshop® Album/Elements and Apple® iPhoto(TM) photo management software, are controlled remotely from any computer’s web browser on the network.

About PhotoVu

PhotoVu(TM) is a custom manufacturer of wireless digital picture frames which allow the display of digital content, on the wall, throughout any home or business. Purchased directly and only at www.photovu.com, customers can create their own personalized product from a broad selection of custom frames and matting.

PhotoVu and the PhotoVu PV1955 are trademarks of PhotoVu, LLC. All other trademarks or registered marks are the property of their respective owners.

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