December 17, 2009

Snowflake Ornament Makes Memories


When decorating your tree or house this holiday, consider the Snowflake Digital Photo Ornament. It may only have a 1.5"display but there is 8GB of built-in memory to store your fave moments of the season. So instead of irritating your relatives with home movies, you can quietly bother them with photos when they least expect it.

Via Snowflake Ornament

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November 23, 2009

Panasonic MW-10 iPod Dock


Panasonic has a new go-along for iPods. The MW-10 dock has a built-in CD player, an AM/FM tuner with 45 station presets, built-in amp with low-density bamboo speaker cones and of course the ability to playback video on its 9" display with 800 x 480p resolution. It also acts as a digital frame and has 4GB memory, a SD card slot and USB port for downloading, and a price of $299.95.

Via I4U

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October 22, 2009

D-Link Xtreme Router Doubles as Digital Frame


How clever of D-Link to make its Xtreme Router more aesthetically correct by adding a 3.2" LCD screen that doubles as a digital photo frame. The wireless N DIR-685 features an integrated 802.11n high-speed band and a 2.4GHz signal, can hold a 2.5" hard drive and has built-in NAS for storage. Also packed is a UPnP AV server for streaming video through a media player to your TV and access to social networking sites. Use its USB 2.0 port to connect other external storage devices or printer.

Via D-Link Routers

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October 14, 2009

Sony Digital Frame/Printer


We are not much for digital frames, being one more thing to have to dust, but next time your family comes over, pop out your Sony DPP-F700, wait for it....and when they comment on the cute picture of your little ones, print them out a copy. That's right. The printer is built in and can make 4x6" copies that are fingerprint, water and discoloration resistant and can be made in less than a minute. The 7" frame has a 800x400 resolution, 1GB memory and has an editor for personalizing your images. Compatible with both Mac and PC via memory cards, sticks or USB, look for it next month.

Via Sony Insider

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September 25, 2009

Sanyo Rectangular Albo Frame


Sanyo has a new digital frame with 7" LCD. The Albo has a 800x480 resolution, 500MB of memory and 0.5 mono speakers. Supporting SD/SDHC, Memory Stick and USB, the frame can play JPEGs, MP3s and Motion-JPEG videos. We like the design that proves that a digital frame doesn't have to be a square (well, rectangle) to be cool.

Via Akihabara News

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September 21, 2009

HP DreamScreens Do More Than Slide Shows


HP has released their 10" DreamScreen 100 with 2GB storage and input of photos, portable drives or networked PC. It also features Internet radio, Facebook access, a music player, weather reports and a clock. With a built-in speaker and WiFi, the digital frame also has a larger sibling, the 13.3" DreamScreen 130.

Via HP DreamScreens

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September 8, 2009

BlueDot Digital Frame Features TV Tuner


This is no ordinary digital frame. The BlueDot BTV-1000W has a WSVGA resolution (1024x600) and a memory card reader like others, but it also has a 1Seg TV tuner. The 10" frame also has an A/V input to allow usage of DVD player, PMP or mobile game console. It goes on sale the end of September for about ¥25000 (~$269.00.)

Via Akihabara News

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September 1, 2009

SmartFrame RDK Compatible with Windows 7


WonderMedia Technologies has announced the they are working on a SmartFrame Reference Design Kit (RDK,) which may be the first Digital Photo Frame (DPF) Digital Media Renderer (DMR) to be compatible with Windows 7. The DPF's "Play to" one-touch feature will have access to photos, email, games, video, news and other webbish activities.

Via IT Wire

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August 4, 2009

Photo Otayori Automatic Updating Digital Frame


Are you one of those that gripes that you never get enough pictures from loved ones? NTT DoCoMo has launched the Photo Otayori (correspondence) Service that will help keep you up to date. The Denki electronic picture frame automatically displays images sent by PC or mobile source in a slideshow and is compatible with other phone companies and computers. The 8" frame can include text messages and has both calendar and clock. Auto sensors detect room light and turn off the frame when dark. Keeping up with the family will set you back ¥19,800 (~$209.00) with a monthly fee starting at ¥210 (~$2.10.)

Via C Scout

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