Talking Print launches new cards and modules B2C Shop

London-UK-based Audio and Video in Print consultancy Talking Print recently announced the launch of its new brand – Cards & Modules – selling through eBay. The online shop allows customers to get extremely creative and produce their own unique, personalized audio and video brochures, cards, gifts and perhaps for printers – marketing materials. The shop is a unique eBay first, as never have customers had the ability to buy short-run, white-label audio and video modules online. Plus, Talking Print “is the only company to offer this service,” it said. The Cards & Modules eBay Shop provides customers with the ability to purchase blank modules with a built-in video screen, or alternatively, blank cards with a built-in audio module. These can then be adapted to create something totally unique and memorable.

There are 6 types of video books available through the shop. These include 2.4”, 3”, 4” and 5” screens, which are available with soft back card and 256 MB of memory. There are also 7” and 10” screens, which come as hard-cover books with 2 GB of memory. The audio cards are supplied as Record Your Own cards, Audio Modules and Audio Greeting Cards, allowing your own personalized messages to be added. For print professionals, creatives, marketing agencies and others, the Cards & Modules can also be used to create presentations and samples that have a real WOW factor. Adding your own video will take print to an entire new dimension while leaving a lasting impression, said the company.

Talking Print is the brainchild of David Hyams. “We’ve been selling on both eBay and Amazon for some time now, but just very low-key. With this new eBay shop, we’re opening up our offer even further. Customers can be as creative as they wish, but they’ll be creating a card or module the like of which they have never produced before. I look forward to seeing their creative juices go to work.” The new online eBay shop can be viewed at: http://stores.ebay.co.uk/talkingprint.

 

 

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.