Pandigital debuts HDTV for the kitchen

Janet Harris

March 17, 2008

Pandigital debuts HDTV for the kitchen
Pandigital, the leading provider of digital photo frames in the USA, has developed an HDTV designed specifically for the kitchen.

The 1280×720 HD-ready resolution TV supports ATSC/NTSC, composite, S-Video, YPbPr and HDMI.

The HDTV also features a digital cookbook and a photo frame, allowing users to display their own digital images of family and friends.

As well as watching TV in the kitchen, users can access their own, and pre-loaded recipes on the 15-inch LCD screen.

512MB of internal memory is included to store up to 3,200 pages of recipes or digital photos.

Designed specially for the kitchen environment, the HDTV features an easy to clean design that is sealed with glass, protecting it from food splashes, spills and splatters.

It is available in a choice of brushed stainless, black and white, to tone in with kitchen décor.

A countertop stand, and under-cabinet mount are included, and the set can also be mounted on the wall.

Pandigital is unveiling the product today at the International Home & Housewares Show 2008 in Chicago.

The Pandigital Kitchen HDTV/Digital Cookbook/Digital Photo Frame will be available beginning in June 2008, for around $399.99.






 

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