During the Winter CES 1993, IBM demonstrated a high-quality prototype digital camera from Polaroid. The prototype had a direct camera to computer interface
In February of 1998, Polaroid announced that they were developing a digital camera based on Intel's 971 PC Camera Kit and was to be marketed at the end of 1998. Intel confirmed this on February, 5th, 1998.
Featured at the Photokina 2000. MP3 was one of the latest features to be implemented into a digital camera. Polaroid also entered the game with this MP3 camera.
This camera was an upgraded version of the Polaroid Digital FUN! Flash 320 digital camera. The only difference was that this model featured a better resolution of 800x600 pixels and an LCD screen.
Polaroid tried to keep pace with the rapidly evolving digital camera market and announced a revamped PDC-640 model with built-in 56K modem at PMA 2001. Alas too late as it seemed.