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T-Mobile Cameo price slashed

T-Mobile Cameo price slashed

T-Mobile USA's Cameo wireless digital photo frame always faired well in reviews for its usability and functionality, but less palatable were the sticker price and monthly service charge.  At launch, the photo frame - which can receive images via MMS or email over T-Mobile's cellular network - cost $99.99 while the monthly fee was $9.99; now the carrier has apparently dropped those costs to just $39.99 and $1.99 respectively.

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T-Mobile Cameo digital picture frame now available to T-Mobile customers

T-Mobile Cameo digital picture frame now available to T-Mobile customers

T-Mobile USA has just released the new T-Mobile Cameo digital picture frame by Parrot. The Cameo is one of the first digital picture frames to connect to a wireless carrier network. Share photos with loved ones this holiday season from around the world with the touch of a button. The Cameo has its own phone number and email address making it even easier to send real-time photos directly to the frame without connecting to a computer.

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T-Mobile cameo Reviewed: Great Frame with a few network glitches

T-Mobile cameo Reviewed: Great Frame with a few network glitches

The T-Mobile cameo might have featured big in the carrier's holiday announcement yesterday, but it's actually been a long time coming.  Originally announced as the Parrot DF7700 back in October 2007, the 7-inch, 720 x 480 digital photo frame allows you to load images not only via a memory card but from MMS and email messages thanks to its integrated cellular modem.  Yahoo! Tech have been putting the $100 frame through its paces.

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T-Mobile MOTOZINE ZN5, Samsung Behold & Gravity, cameo MMS photo frame announced

T-Mobile MOTOZINE ZN5, Samsung Behold & Gravity, cameo MMS photo frame announced

T-Mobile USA have announced four new devices as part of their holiday lineup, the Motorola MOTOZINE ZN5, Samsung Behold, T-Mobile cameo and Samsung Gravity.  The MOTOZINE ZN5 is a 5-megapixel Kodak-powered digital camera with autofocus and a Xenon flash, including one-touch uploads to the Kodak online gallery.  Meanwhile the Samsung Behold - leaked earlier today - is the T-Mobile version of the Samsung Tocco, with a large touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera and haptic feedback.

More T-Mobile details on the new devices after the cut

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