Get this eStarling Wi-Fi LCD Frame for your Christmas treat! It is a Wi-Fi Gmail / Flickr Enabled LCD Frame that is now retailing in the States for just around $250! The frame is equipped with a 7 inch LCD screen and a MMC/SD/MS/CF 4in1 card slot. What makes this frame special is the Wi-Fi capabilities and via the Wi-Fi 802.11b/g network. With this feature, you can easily display images from emails, an RSS Photo Feed and even from Flickr. FYI, it supports BMP and JPEG file formats. Plus! Its memory can store up to 200 of your favorite images. Buy it now at ThinkGeek.
There’s been a battle between LCD photo frame makers lately, and everyone’s trying to come up with the best. This Ality Picca 8-inch LCD Photo Frame is quite a fighter. With its unique features including a calendar that lets you display specific photos or movies on certain days and times, it’s packed with 512MB internal memory and a slot extension for SD, MMC or MS memory cards. You can also use this frame as an alarm clock and you can play your tunes through its tiny speaker. The $300 tag is a little pricy though, but it sure beats old style picture framing.
Via Sharper Image.
This Monet LCD Photo Frame with a motion sensor will turn on the screen when you walk into the room. It has an 8 inch screen in your choice of 640×480 or 800×600 resolutions. Both models can play MPEG movies, and it also has a credit-card-sized remote control. It’s made in just the right size to fit 8×10 photo frames. The price is US$175 for the 640×480 pixels frame, and US$200 for 640×480 pixels frame with MPEG playback, and US$250 for the 800×600 pixels frame with MPEG playback.
Samsung has introduced the SDP-07, a digital photo frame. The photo frame has an 800×400 7” viewable display, which can be used for a host of digital media including images, video, and audio. There are several ways you can display your media on the device including its internal 32mb memory, SD and CF memory slots, an Ethernet port, and of course USB. If you fancy, you can even stream videos and pictures from your cell phone to the unit. These are currently available in Korea.
Via ZooomDigitalCameras + NewLaunches