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Comic Strip Picture Frame

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2011

Digital picture frames are cool, but comic strips are better. No one prints photos these days, but I bet this new Comic Strip Picture Frame will get people printing them again. It lets you make your own new adventure using your pics.

It has six spots for you to put your prints into and it comes with sticker bubbles and a tiny pen. Just think up some cool and funny stuff to write on those bubbles and you have your own comic strip.

Altaz announces Internet Clock Radio

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on October 18th, 2010

The Altaz Internet Clock Radio will tell you the time at a glance, and will also operate as a digital photo frame thanks to its 3.5-inch display. It will also allow you to awaken to your favorite online radio stream, while having your favorite photo on the display when the alarm sounds off.

An SD memory card slot enhances the 128MB internal memory. The Altaz Internet Clock Radio also has a touchscreen interface for ease-of-use. The device will cost you $79.30, which isn’t all that bad.

Digital Photo Frame Lamp sheds some light on your photos

Posted in digital photo frame by Conner Flynn on October 10th, 2010

Digital picture frames just got a little crazier. Behold the Digital Photo Frame Lamp. A photo frame with a lamp attached. The long lasting, super bright LED lamp comes with an adjustable neck and an LCD screen for viewing your vacation images and whatnot.

The 3.5-Inch hi-resolution digital display features a 320 x 240 resolution with slide show function. It can hold over 1000 images. There’s also a digital clock, a calendar and a memory card.

Onkyo HDMI-connected 10.1-inch picture frame

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2010

Onkyo’s LPF10M01 is basically a netbook screen without the netbook. 10.1 inches of LED-backlit LCD with a resolution of 1,024 x 600 and 250 nits of brightness and a 500 to 1 contrast ratio. The interesting part is the HDMI input, which is something you don’t normally see in picture frames.

There’s also a USB port, SDHC and Memory Stick card reader, and 512MB of integrated memory. It could be nice as a secondary display with it’s 140 degree horizontal viewing angle and 110 on the vertical axis.

Lamptop concept uses Ctrl Alt Del to turn it off

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2010

You know the drill for what to do when you run into computer trouble. Just hit Ctrl Alt Del to reboot or turn it off through Task Manager in Windows. Well, the Lamptop concept puts this into practice to turn off your lamp.

A regular Power symbol switch is used to turn it on. The device also comes with RAM and a display so that it can double as an electronic picture frame to display uploaded images. It was designed by Alex Nesterenko and we hope to see the Lamptop become a reality some day soon.

Really Snowing picture frame is the new snow globe

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2009

Really Snowing picture frame is the new snow globeI never understood the appeal of snow globes, myself. Why must you relive snow in miniature globe form? But I know that many people collect them and just can’t get enough, having to buy one after another like good little tourists. Well, the Really Snowing picture frame should replace the snowglobe once and for all.

Now you can put your family and anyone else into a snowy scene. Plus there’s no need to shake it. The snow is automatic thanks to a battery powered pump.

CES 2008

New D-Link picture frame is Internet ready

Posted in CES 2008,D-Link,Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on January 6th, 2008

D-Link Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210)D-Link is betting you’ll want to manage your next digital picture frame through the Internet and has arrived at CES with the D-Link Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210). It is priced at around $250.

The D-Link Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210) looks like any standard digital picture frame with a high resolution 10-inch LCD display. It has built-in wired and wireless adapters which connect over a home network to a special Web site. On this site you can organize photos online for display as well as remotely stream content such as weather, news, trivia and more using popular Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds. Photos can also loaded onto the frame via a “widget” application which exists on your desktop computer.


eStarling WiFi Digital LCD Picture Frame

Posted in Digital Imaging,LCD,Wi-Fi by Chetz on November 1st, 2006

eStarling Picture Frame

The eStarling 7 inch LCD digital picture frame allows you to rotate through different digital pictures on the frame, but that certainly is not what makes it special.

This picture frame is also WiFi enabled and picks up photos without wires from email, a Flickr RSS stream and from an external media card. This means that once you have set it up, it stands alone and gets new photos sent to it automatically.

The Starling picture frame itself can check email by configuring a POP3 email account along with user name and password. After that, just send an email to the address with a JPEG or GIF file and the picture frame will catch it and add it to the rotation.

You can also define a key word for your feed with Flickr and have it bring in a rotation of photos based on your …