JOBO Releases Ultra-Thin LED Backlit NANO Digital Picture Frames

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Like their high contrast LED backlit television counterparts, JOBO NANO picture frames are designed to deliver deep blacks, accurate colors, and impressive energy efficiency.

The NANO 8 is the smaller of the two frames. It sports an eight inch LCD screen with LED backlighting and measures in at only 0.37 inches thick.  The larger of the series is the NANO 10, which, as you may have guessed, features a ten inch screen.  It's a tad thicker than the 8, at 0.39 inches thick.

Each of JOBO's new frames has a 4:3 aspect ratio and an 800 x 600 resolution.  They support JPEGs exclusively, but do have slots for SD and SDHC cards, as well as MMCs and Memory Sticks.  

The NANO frames can rotate, zoom, copy and delete photos all with the use of the remote, or through the touch activated buttons at the bottom of the frame.  It's got a slideshow mode that can be set to custom time intervals.  If you like, you can also set different transitions in the slideshow mode.

JOBO's new digital picture frames are available now.  The NANO 8 will cost you $159, while the NANO 10 runs $189.