Lets's Talk Computers - Pure Digital Technologies  December 9, 2006
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Pure Digital Technologies
Interview on December 9, 2006
Share Your Video and Memories Easily     Guest: Scott Kabat
Pure Digital Technologies is an enterprise focused on helping their partners bring the benefits of digital photography to mass-market consumers.

Scott Kabat Director of Marketing with Pure Digital Technologies, talks about the exciting new Point and Shoot Video Camcorder that you can watch on your TV, or while you're connected to your PC, or email your videos to friends and family. You can find this perfect holiday gift at retailers everywhere, including Target (NYSE: TGT), Costco (NYSE: COST), CVS/pharmacy (NYSE: CVS), Rite Aid Pharmacy (NYSE: RAD), Longs Drugs (NYSE: LDG), Duane Reade, Eckerd Pharmacy, Ritz/Wolf Camera Centers, Amazon.com (NYSE: AMZN), and Albertsons.
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