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AgfaPhoto outs new Digital Photo Frames

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on October 17th, 2010

AgfaPhoto has just introduced six new digital photo frames that feature a 4:3 aspect ratio and SVGA resolution. The AF5108PS, AF5088PS and AF5078PS are designed for photos only, not video. While the AgfaPhoto AF5108MS, AF5088MS and AF5078MS are multimedia frames that can handle videos and music as well as images.

All of these frames have LED backlight LCD screens and use “Crystal Image HD” technology, which automatically adjustments brightness, contrast, hue, color balance, etc.

Sony offers three new digital photo frames

Posted in Sony by Shane McGlaun on September 2nd, 2010

When it comes to digital photo frames Sony already has several offerings. Digital frames are very popular and are one of the best ways to show off all the pictures you take without spending time and money printing them all out.

Sony has added three new frames to its lineup. The new fames include the DPF-XR100, DPF-VR100 and DPF-D830. The XR100 and VR100 are very similar with the notable exception that the XR100 is a portrait mode frame. Both can show AVCHD format video and have 10.2-inch LED backlit screens. Both of these frames also have an internal image processor that will scale pictures up to 256MP to fit the screens.

Disney digital photo frames

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2010

If you are a Disney fan who never grew up or if you have rugrats running around your home, you may want to check out these photo frames from Greenhouse Japan. They just announced three new digital photo frames with some of your favorite Disney characters.

The 3.5 inch digital photo frames looks more like a TV with Disney characters on board. It supports playback of the popular audio and video formats and has a built in FM radio. Onboard speakers deliver an output of 1W×2ch.

Earth-Trek unveils HD LCD Digital Photo Frames

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2009

Earth-Trek has just unveiled a new line of digital photo frames which come in a variety of sizes and feature an HD LCD display with a maximum resolution of 1,024 x 768 pixels, with two aspect ratios to choose from: either 4:3 or 16:9.

The sizes are 7, 8, 10, 12 and 15 inches and they are compatible with all of your favorite photo, video and audio formats as well as support for USB, SD/MMC/MS memory cards. These Digital Photo Frames also come bundled with an A/V output jack, Remote controller, and alarm and calendar functions.

Ceiva unveils Pro 80 digital photo frame

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Shane McGlaun on October 15th, 2009

ceivapro80-sbDigital photo frames make great gifts and they have come down in price significantly over the last few years. Digital frame maker Ceiva has announced the launch of its latest digital photo frame called the Pro 80 just in time for holiday shopping.

The frame works with Ceiva’s PicturePlan, which allows remote users to automatically push images to the frame via a phone line or a Wi-Fi connection. The PicturePlan service is free for the first year and then $19.99 per year afterwards.

Sungale 8-inch WiFi Digital Photo Frame Review

Posted in Review by Darrin Olson on August 12th, 2009

Sungale ID800WT 8 inch Digital Photo FrameThe folks from Sungale gave us a chance to check out their recently released 8″ touchscreen, WiFi digital photo frame and while we were initially excited by seeing the features we felt the actual implementation fell a little short of our expectations.

By reading through the features included in the picture frame we found that the designer was going for much more than just a picture frame, and we liked the direction they were heading. After all the list of functionality includes utilizing the WiFi connection to view weather, YouTube videos, Picasa photos, news, Gmail and internet radio. And of course you can view your photos as a slideshow on the device, but that’s the easy part, right? And this is all accessed through a touchscreen which for the most part usually makes this pretty intuitive and easy to navigate.

Digital Foci unveils 5.7-inch digital frame

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on October 6th, 2008

Digital Foci Image Moments 6

Digital Foci is rolling out another new digital picture frame to the masses which is reportedly the highest pixel density frame on the market currently. It is called the Image Moments 6 and you’ll find it pricing around $150.

The Digital Foci Image Moments 6 sports a 5.7-inch VGA LCD screen with a pixel density of some 140 ppi. It is built into a two-tone chrome finish and can play photos, video and music files from multiple sources at the same time, though these sources are via internal memory and inserted memory cards.


Smartpants debuts 32-inch WiFi digital photo frame

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on September 24th, 2008

Smartpants SP3200WF

Digital photo frame developer Smartpants has veiled what it says is the world’s largest, at the moment, WiFi digital picture frame. It is known as the SP3200WF and there is no pricing or availability information as of you.

The SP3200WF from Smartpants sports a 32-inch picture frame which is 16:9 widescreen and sports a resolution of 1366 x 768. It syncs to a PC wirelessly and includes 256MB of internal memory as well as optional memory card support. It is also Windows Live friendly, working with Microsoft’s Windows Live Photo Gallery application to share and view photos online or directly on the frame.

Kodak digital photo frame offers interactive border

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on August 21st, 2008

Kodak EasyShare P520 Digital Frame

Kodak’s latest digital picture frame is one sporting a touch sensitive control for navigating images. It is called the EasyShare P520 Digital Frame and it prices around $80.

The P520, on sale in September, is built around its five-inch screen. Chief among features is the “Quick Touch Border,” a function which lets you navigate stored photos with a touch or slide of your finger. Memory is expandable via the SD slot and one can also plug in a USB stick for photo viewing. Two color-coordinated interchangeable mattes – red and sliver – and photo management software are also included.


Digital photo frame looks like small eyeball

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on July 28th, 2008

Strongking GK858 DPF

A Chinese electronics manufacturer named Strongking is promoting a new digital photo frame which looks like an eyeball. It is called the Strongking GK858 DPF – no word on pricing or American availability.

The Strongking GK858 DPF sports small screen sizes of 1.5- and 1.8-inches, meaning this device itself is relatively small while sprouting a resolution of 128 x 128 or 160 x 128. It can display JPEG and BMP photos and has just 16MB of internal memory. There doesn’t look to be any memory card slots, so don’t plan on storing too many photos.

New Nextar digital frames offer up scary fairy tale looks

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on July 22nd, 2008

Nextar Castle and Carriage Frames

Nextar is introducing a couple of unusual digital frame designs for those seeking something unique, or scary, to share with their loved ones. The new Nextar Castle and Carriage frames price at around $50 each.

The Nextar Castle and Carriage frames sport 3.5-inch TFT LCD displays framed by either a storybook castle or a pumpkin carriage. Beyond the cutesy looks, these frames function much the same way other typical frames do. They sport a flash media card slot for SD, MMC or Memory Stick cards of up to 2GB capacity and support most types of JPEG files.


New Parrot Bluetooth digital picture frame is designer dressed up

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on July 17th, 2008

Parrot Digital Photo Frame by Andrée Putman

Parrot, normally known for its Bluetooth accessories, is adding a new, more stylish product to its line up – a Bluetooth-enabled digital picture frame. The new Parrot Digital Photo Frame by Andrée Putman prices at around $450.

The Parrot Digital Photo Frame by Andrée Putman is the first in a line of new, designer-style products for the company. It is described as being designed by “internationally acclaimed French designer and interior architect, Andree Putman – the Coco Chanel of French interior design” It sports a seven-inch screen and uses Bluetooth wireless technology so you can transfer photos directly from a device such as a mobile phone.

New Kodak digital frames stream photos, Internet content

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on July 15th, 2008

Kodak EASYSHARE W1020 Wireless Digital Frame

Kodak is introducing some new wireless digital frames which are Internet-connected for display Web-based content. These new frames – the Kodak EASYSHARE W1020 and W820 Wireless Digital Frames – will be available later this year at a yet to be anounced price.

The  Kodak EASYSHARE W1020 and W820 Wireless Digital Frames allow consumers to wirelessly connect through the Internet to photo-sharing sites including Kodak Gallery and Flickr and Internet content manager FrameChannel. These 10- and 8-inch frames allow one to view photos from the selected photo sites, as well as letting one access through some 200 FrameChannel feeds the latest news, weather, traffic, sports scores and more.

D-Link ships Internet-enabled wireless picture frame

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on July 9th, 2008

D-Link 10″ Wireless Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210)

D-Link, which first announced its new DSM-210 Internet-enabled picture frame at CES 2008, said today this product is finally ready for retail. The D-Link 10″ Wireless Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210) prices at around $250.

The D-Link 10″ Wireless Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210), besides being your typical digital picture frame, also makes use of a wireless 802.11 connection to load Internet content onto its display. This content, brought over from a company called FrameChannel, draws from over 400 “channels” such as news, weather, sports, trivia, and Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds.

Nextar says its 3.5-inch photo frame Father’s Day worthy

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on June 13th, 2008

Nextar N3-505

With Father’s Day in just a few days Nextar, a consumer electronics company, announced a digital picture frame which is already available at retail. It is called the Nextar N3-505 and you’ll find it running around $50.

The Nextar N3-505 is a 3.5-inch digital picture frame set in a black wood frame. The display is a 262k color TFT QVGA display with a resolution of 320 x 240. The frame itself includes a magnetic stand so it can be adjusted for vertical or horizontal photo viewing.

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