Pandigital's kitchen TV can store recipes and pictures

The concept of having a TV in the kitchen is pretty old; many refrigerators these days have a monitor incorporated in them. Pandigital, more famous for digital photo frames is now eyeing this territory except the kitchen television won't be on the fridge. They will be showcasing the TV in the upcoming International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago. The new 15-inch LCD HDTV can display digital photos and act as a digital cookbook. Specs on the TV include 1280x720 resolution, preloaded recipes and the ability to load additional recipes onto the frame's internal memory. You can even Copy digital photos onto the frame's memory via the memory card reader or by a connection to Google's Picasa photo sharing Web site. Consider the fact that kitchens can get messy due to fumes etc, the TV has a Mess-proof design and the screen is sealed with glass, so it's protected from water, oil, flour, and other common ingredients, as well as from spills and splatters. The 512MB of internal memory can store up to 3,200 pages of recipes or digital photos. Calendar and clock functions, alarm function, Integrated 6-in-1 media reader that supports SD, XD, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro/Memory Stick Duo, Compact Flash, and MultiMediaCard, Support for JPEG, Motion JPEG, MPEG 1, MPEG 4, and AVI are the other specs. Pandigital's kitchen TV has a countertop stand and an under-cabinet mount, and is also wall-mountable. Due to its interchangeable faceplates in brushed stainless, black and white allow you to match it to your kitchen style. The kitchen TV is scheduled to be available in June for $399.99.

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