« 'What are we doing here with Mr. Libby? Where's Rove?' | Home | 'Netflix for Nerds' »

March 8, 2007

Personal Programmable Electronic Digital Billboard

Hjljlkkk

The office desk nameplate of the future is here today.

No more silly wooden wedges with your name etched in metal — pixels are where it's at.

From the website:

    Personal Digital Billboard

    Imagine the possibilities.

    Your very own LED electronic billboard for office, store or home.

    Just plug it in and program messages for all to see in bright red scrolling text.

    Now we're able to offer high-end digital billboard technology for hundreds less than before.

    This is the perfect time to adapt this technology for everyday use.

    Retail stores can promote sales or tell customers to visit the company website after-hours.

    Restaurants can inform guests about the specials of the day.

    Use it as a motivational tool for the office by displaying the employee of the week or month.

    Let people know about upcoming meetings.

    Take it home for unlimited uses.

    Just place it in the front window of your home.

    What a great surprise to have the Digital Billboard wish someone a "Happy Birthday" or "Happy Anniversary" with exciting scrolling text.

    Even has a built-in digital clock with seconds.

    Built-in keyboard with entire alphabet, 10 number keys and symbols allows for easy programming.

    Stores up to 26 preprogrammed messages with up to 60 characters each.

    Program letters, numbers or symbols.

    Base can be removed for easy wall mounting.

    Imagine a loved one seeing a message before they leave for work reminding them of how much you love them.

    The possibilities for work or home are only limited by your imagination.

    27"W x 6"H x 2.5"D.

$89.95.

March 8, 2007 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
https://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341c5dea53ef00d83540777c53ef

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Personal Programmable Electronic Digital Billboard:

Comments

The comments to this entry are closed.