By k | October 29, 2007 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

I predict the hot toy for adults
this holiday season to be
the digital photo frame
I’ve already picked one up for
my baby boomer Mom’s November birthday. 

Because she, like most boomers, 
is moving into her nostalgic period. 
She tried scrapbooking. 
Too much work. 
Only wrote a page or two of her memoirs.  

The digital photo frame, however,
will capture her life in one filled card and
display it on the wall for all to see.   
The perfect solution and
the perfect present.

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1 Comment

  1. October 30, 2007 @ 9:56 am

    Ummmm, maybe if this was 1998. The digital photo frame was probably one of the worst novelties of yester-year to fail to catch on.

    I still laugh when I think back to Sony’s $900 digital frame (with like a 7″, not-so-great-looking screen) setup in an elaborate booth/display in every Circuit City in the country. They were hard pushing their “Memory Stick Media” at that time and tried, unsuccessfully to sell consumers on the notion that their products were worth that much, simply for the sake of novelty and originality.

    Posted by Rob

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