Vancouver, Canada (PressExposure) June 11, 2008 -- In general, the Chinese manufacturing sector has no clue as to their impact on the worlds environment" states John Graham, director of communications for USB Digital Frames. " Because the manufacturing sector is so competitive the quick and dirty solution seems to prevail. Our aim with USB Digital Frames is to set a new environmental standard for this sector and prove that a Chinese manufacturing facility can be both environmental viable and economically profitable.
TCO Certification is a series of product certifications for office equipment ( most notably monitors ). It is set by TCO Development, owned by the Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees. RoHS and WEEE are important European eco certifications designed to standardize energy consumption standards and reclamation of post industrial waste. USB Digital Frames received these certifications in the first 4 months of 2008 USB Digital Frames primary market is the North American promotional products industry. This sector of the marketplace has overall sales exceeding $18 Billion dollars annually. The promotional marketplace sells logo corporate products, with digital picture frames being one of the fastest growing product categories. In 2007 over 3.2 million logo digital picture frames made their way into the marketplace, in 2008 that number is expected to quadruple.
Digital picture frames are best described as the perfect gadget for sharing photos, movies, video files and mp3's in a picture frame format. The frames range in size from 1.5 inch to 36 inches. They contain an LCD screen, which displays multiple file formats.