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Video4Books' Mission to Enrich Lives

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Videopage Generation III Goes Solar

EAT Productions, a consumer electronics company based in Alta Loma, California, is rolling out production of the third generation Videopage, its flagship product. The Videopage is a video player for a book. As a wonderful addition to photo albums, scrapbooks, and photo books, it plays back video clips at the turn of a page.The main [...]

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EAT Videopage is now Video4Books.com

EAT Productions has a new website domain called Video4Books.com. "The name of the company online now reflects the purpose of our products. This will enable our potential and current customers to search for everything they need in terms of video applications for their creative books" says Erwin Taganas, the founder of the company. The former [...]

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EAT Productions Began Videopage Campaign

EAT Productions, a technology start-up in the Inland Empire, is pleased to announce the launch of its Kickstarter campaign. Centered around the first production project of its flagship product called the Videopage, the 30-day campaign ends on January 13, 2013. The project site is www.kickstarter.com/projects/1263448739/videopage.EAT Productions sets its funding goal to $8000 to cover the [...]

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EAT Productions Unveiled e-Commerce Site

EAT Productions recently unveiled its e-Commerce site to showcase its latest product and service offerings. As a more interactive tool, the new site provides prospective clients all the information they need to make proper purchase decisions."Our valued customers can now log-in and track the progress of their custom orders, " says Erwin Taganas, the company [...]

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EAT Productions Launched Videopage Technology

EAT Productions officially launched its flagship product, the Videopage. It is an innovative complementary product to the photo book. It turns ordinary books into all-in-one media books. After several months of R&D and prototyping, the company has finally launched the pre-production runs of the Videopage at its manufacturing facility in Chino Hills, a suburb in [...]

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