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09/04 - New device sends digital photos to TV

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Posted: Thursday, September 4, 2003 12:12 pm | Updated: 1:16 pm, Thu Oct 6, 2011.

SUNNYVALE, Calif. - It's a way to get your photos from your digital camera to your TV screen without using a computer as a go-between.

Digital storage company San Disk has released a digital photo viewer that allows users to plug in the storage card from just about any digital camera and relays the images to a television screen.

The device is designed to plug into the audio jack of a TV set.

The device works with any type of JPEG image, the most common format used by consumers in the digital camera market. The viewer also lets users record the images to videotape. The company says there is no need for a computer or software for the viewer.

The viewer comes with a remote that lets users rotate images, preview them, or delete them. Other controls allow the time to be set between image changes - like in a slide show.

The viewer is less than the size of a standard VHS tape and can easily be moved from set to set.

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