Nokia announced two new multimedia products during the CeBIT 2004. The first product, the Nokia Image Album, has a 20 GB hard disk drive to store digital images, video clips and messages which the user can view, share, organize and edit on TV screen using a remote control. Images can be transferred to the Nokia Image Album by sending them from a compatible mobile phone using Bluetooth wireless technology or infrared, via USB from a digital camera or from memory cards.
Users can organise digital memories into folders, rename the files and even add comments to the images. Additionally, the images can be printed from the Nokia Image Album via a compatible printer using Bluetooth wireless technology. Users can also connect the Nokia Image Album to a PC or an external CD writer via USB to send images via email or make a copy of your selected content. The Nokia Image Album is planned to be available in the third quarter of 2004.
The second product is the portable Nokia Image Viewer SU-5 with remote control. Users can show and share images from their compatible phones on a TV screen or video projector at home or in the office. Images are transferred from a compatible mobile phone to the Nokia Image Viewer via Pop-Port(TM) connector or from MultiMediaCard (MMC card). The connection between the Nokia Image Viewer and the TV or video projector is made with a retractable RCA cord. The pictures can be viewed either as single images or as a slideshow. The Nokia Image Viewer is planned to be available in the second quarter of 2004.
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