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Aiptek 3D photo frame displays your 3D camcorder’s photos and videos

Posted in 3D by Conner Flynn on June 28th, 2010

When Aiptek introduced its i2 3D Camcorder, it promised to release a 3D photo frame to go with it. And here it is. The “Portable 3D Photo and Video Display” is a 7-inch parallax LCD display that will not require you to wear dorky glasses.

It can display photos and videos captured by the i2 or other 3D devices and releases on August 15 for just $200. So between the camera and viewer it will cost you $400.

Sharp JD-4C1CL/CW Cordless Phone with Photo Frame

Posted in Sharp by Conner Flynn on February 20th, 2010

Sharp is still trying to make the landline hip. They’ve kinda succeeded with this one. The new JD-4C1CL/CW is basically a typical cordless phone, but the docking station features a 4.3-inch digital photo frame and 64MB of internal storage space.

And it looks decent. Even stylish. We don’t have much more info right now, but we can tell you that it will ship in brown, red and white in April. We also don’t have a price. We do know that we like it.

Samsung drops new ultra thin photo frame

Posted in Samsung by Shane McGlaun on May 22nd, 2009

samsungphotoframe-sbDigital photo frames are great little gadgets that let you show off all those digital pictures you take without having to print them all out and find normal frames for them. With a digital frame you can put hundreds of photos on one frame. This sort of gadget also makes a great gift for dads to show off at the office.

Samsung has announced a new digital photo frame with an ultra thin design featuring the company’s Touch of Color design. The frame has a screen depth of 23mm, which is under an inch thick, and sports 1GB of internal memory.

The Brick photo frame is like Lego for girls

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on September 19th, 2008

The Brick photo frame is like Lego for girlsThe ‘Brick does not endorse this girlly brick thing. It’s basically a Lego photo frame from Brando, for little girls or those with girlly cubicles. You don’t attach other bricks to it. Instead you attach little flowery accessories like a clock, hair brush, cell phone, and hair dryer for some reason. Looks like it comes in white and purple.

You’ll want to hide this in the same spot you hide your Hannah Montana stuff, so your co-workers don’t make fun and call you a sissy girlly man. But if you’re going to buy this for your little girl, it will cost you $16, even though the whole thing is pretty lame. I’m sure she has Legos already and can make this herself.

FRAME TELE concept combines phone & photo frame

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2008

FRAME TELE concept synchronizes phone & photo frame
This device is a telephone that can be hung on the wall as a photo frame. Watch beautiful pictures of your family, or what the hell, even Brazilian fart porn if you’re so inclined. When the phone rings, the caller’s picture is shown on the screen. Even if you miss the call, the caller’s picture will be shown continuously, letting you know that you had a call.

The color of the transparent frame can be modified according to your whim. The concept supports USB and can be connected with the PC. To answer the phone just pick up the receiver on the frame. It can be hung on the wall or used on the desk.