Tukios Announces New HD Video Book Product
OGDEN, Utah – Tukios has introduced an innovative new keepsake with the recently released Video Book. At an affordable price, the video book creates a more modern way for families to cherish their tribute video for years to come, without the hassle of inserting a DVD.
The Video Book is equipped with speakers and a 7” HD IPS screen allowing viewers to watch the video from any angle. This is consistent with the quality of screen consumers are used to on their smartphones. The rechargeable battery lasts for two hours of continuous video playback and begins playing the moment the book is opened.
Curtis Funk, CEO of Tukios said, “I’m really excited about the Video Book. The world has been moving away from DVDs and we have released a few products and features to adapt to these changes. With the quality of this product and the large HD display, the initial feedback has been phenomenal!”
Orders for video books can be fulfilled by Tukios, or in-house by the funeral home. Optional branding is available on the back and discounts are offered on bulk orders. Learn more about the Video Book at www.tukios.com/video-book.
Tukios is the leading tribute video software in the funeral profession. The fastest, and easiest way to create stunning memorial videos. Thousands of funeral homes rave about the time and money they are saving with Tukios. Visit www.tukios.com to try it free!
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