Vancouver, BC Canada (PressExposure) January 17, 2008 -- This advance in screen resolution has been applied into many industrial and military applications over the past year. Now for the first time the technology is being used in the USB digital frame promotional and corporate marketplaces. The first to take the leap of adopting this technology is USB Digital Frames of Vancouver Canada.
Leveraging from a position of strength in the marketplace with their USB Flash Drive company (Flash Drive Direct) the new division for digital picture frames will be a great step forward in quality. Currently the USB digital picture frame segment of the 16 Billion dollar promotional products industry is growing at a rapid pace. Overall sales increased by 328% over the previous year while at the same time prices have come more in line with the promotional marketplaces needs.
"What we have seen," states promotional products industry maven John Graham " is that the huge growth in this segment was at first attributed to the novelty of it all. However in the past 6 months a demand for a much higher quality construction and components in the USB digital frames has prompted us to enter the marketplace with the highest quality product in this product segment" Graham goes on to say "It wasn't until Panasonics new high resolution ultra thin LCD screen was available to us did we want to enter the market. Their was and still is so much junk out their that we wanted to be seen as market and technology leaders".
USB Digital Frames sees corporate applications in a much wider scope than was previously considered. Major business such as malls, theatres, convention centers and others are seeing this as an effective and inexpensive way to own their advertising. They are now longer dependent on ad/billboard agencies to provide the technology as they now can become an in-house vertical advertiser selling their own advertising and placing it in their privately owned technology (USB digital picture frame). The corporate market is also seeing this as a major way to conduct fundraisers, employee incentives and gifts. The company not only provides the technology but also brands (logos) the frames so they help build the strongest of promotional impressions.
USB Digital Frames goes on-line Thursday January 17th 2008.