Digital Picture Frames Meet Pet Urns

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Digital Picture frames have been gaining in popularity lately, marrying convenience of having multiple pictures in one frame with the inconvenience of teaching old people how to use them. What's even better about this version is that it's for your pets. Your dead pets.

The urn can handle up to 75 pounds of pet remains—if you have one giant dog or many smaller ones that you mix together—has a 7-inch screen and 256MB of storage for your photos and audio recordings. Yes, we said audio recordings, which can play back your pet's various noises for you to enjoy from the comfort of your couch. Who can put a price on loving your pet after he/she's gone? Pet-Urns can, and they're $249. [Pet-Urns via Picture Snob]

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@Shutaro: "Yeah, but do they have one of these for people?"

As a matter of fact, the inside word is that the Pet Urns people were so impressed with yesterday's Geneva Labs Media Center, both companies have now formed a strategic alliance to manufacture the People Urn, pictured below.

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An excerpt from their proposed marketing campaign:

Why put a casket into the ground? Keep your loved ones at home!

The People Urn.

Perfect for every family room. Room for every family member.

(BTW, that's Bonnie Parker in the pic, as in Bonnie and Clyde.)