Google has announced it is launching a new product that will help people store their digital photos.
The company’s new device, the Smart Bed Storage, can store up to four digital photos in a single box.
“Smart Bed Storage is a product that allows people to store up, for example, to a mobile phone or a camera, to their bedside drawers, to any place they can access,” the company said in a statement.
“Smartbed storage also supports the storage of a variety of digital photo formats including JPEG, PNG, BMP and GIF.”
The Smart BedStorage is available to order now for $199.99 in Australia.
The product is described as an “energy-saving” storage system, but the company did not offer a full list of storage options for different applications.
“We know that some of you may be thinking: what does it mean if I have an electric blanket?
We don’t want to know,” the statement said.”
Our Smart Bed storage system can store and display digital photos up to 4.5m x 2.5 m (12ft x 12ft), and will support RAW, JPG, PNG and GIF image formats.”
The SmartBed Storage can also be used to store a variety more standard digital photo storage solutions such as JPG and PNG.
“The company added that it was working with a number of retailers to offer the product.”
There is no limit to the number of SmartBed storage boxes we are working with to provide this service.
We will also be offering this service to the wider retail community as a standalone product.
“The announcement comes after the company announced last month it had signed up 3,000 customers to help test the product, which will be available for a limited time from July 20 to July 23.
The service will be free for all existing customers and will be limited to Australian residents.
Google previously launched its SmartBed product in Australia in 2015, with plans to roll it out across the world by 2021.
The announcement came a day after Amazon launched a similar service in its UK, where it launched its own storage service, as well as in Japan and South Korea.