Digital Photo Frame

Sony outs new DPF-XR100, DPF-VR100 and DPF-D830 digital photo frames

Sony outs new DPF-XR100, DPF-VR100 and DPF-D830 digital photo frames

Sony has trotted out a trio of new digital photo frames for those with lots of digital pics that they want to show off. The new digital frames include the DPF-VR100, DPF-XR100, and the DPF-D830. Both the XR100 and VR100 frames have AVCHD video playback capability and WSVGA resolution LED backlit screens.

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Pandigital shows off new digital photo frame with picture email service for Europe

Pandigital shows off new digital photo frame with picture email service for Europe

Pandigital has some pretty nice digital photo frames that are set apart from the pack by the way in which users can send the things photos. These frames can connect to the internet and using software and someone in a different state or country can send a photo directly to the frame. Pandigital has shown off an even easier way to get content onto one of its frames at IFA 2010.

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Kodak EasyShare M590 & 10-inch Kodak PULSE digital WiFi frame unveiled

Kodak EasyShare M590 & 10-inch Kodak PULSE digital WiFi frame unveiled

Kodak has outed what they're calling the world's thinnest digital camera with a 5x optical zoom, together with the 10-inch Kodak PULSE digital photo frame spotted hopping through the FCC last week.  The company is obviously so excited about the Kodak EasyShare M590's slimness that they've neglected to mention that other great photography competition: how many megapixels it packs.  Still, Kodak are so heavily pushing their Share button - which tags images for upload to various social networking and gallery sites once you plug in to a computer with a network connection - that they're probably assuming the raw shots will end up cropped down and compressed for online viewing, so original resolution doesn't really matter.

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Kodak Pulse W1030 WiFi digital photo frame clears FCC

Kodak Pulse W1030 WiFi digital photo frame clears FCC

A new, larger model of Kodak's Pulse WiFi-enabled digital photo frame has been spotted crossing the FCC.  The Kodak Pulse W1030 has a 10-inch LCD display, rather than the 7-inch version announced back at CES 2010, and according to the wireless testing documents supports WiFi b/g together with having a USB port, SD/SDHC/MMC/MS/XD memory card slot and MS/MS Pro Duo card slot.

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Story digital photo frame wall concept is so cool

Story digital photo frame wall concept is so cool

For a long time digital photo frames have been on the market and for the first few years they were available the price kept them out of most homes. Now that the things are cheap, you can find digital frames in lots of homes around the world.

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SlashGear HP Data Vault X510 Giveaway!

SlashGear HP Data Vault X510 Giveaway!

If there's one thing we love more than reviewing top tech kit here at SlashGear it's giving it away to our readers, and HP have come through with some brilliant hardware that's up for grabs. They've offered an HP Data Vault X510 Windows Home Server - equally at home managing your multimedia library as it is acting as a centric backup store for all the computers on your network - worth around $700 for one lucky SlashGear reader, together with a number of other tempting prizes.

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Pandigital Photo Mail DPF with AT&T 3G drops imminently

Pandigital Photo Mail DPF with AT&T 3G drops imminently

Remember the Pandigital Photo Mail Digital Photo Frame?  We mocked its name and wretched press shots back in January, but also lauded its integrated AT&T 3G for wirelessly receiving new images sent to a dedicated email address.  Pandigital have just announced that the $179.99 will go on sale within the next couple of weeks, and they've also confirmed pricing for their pre-pay photo download packages.

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Kenwood AS-iP70 iPod speaker dock packs digital photo frame

Kenwood AS-iP70 iPod speaker dock packs digital photo frame

Kenwood might not be the first name you'd associate with iPod speaker docks, nor with digital photo frames, but their latest product ticks both boxes.  The Kenwood AS-iP70 has a 7-inch WVGA LCD display and a pop-out iPod/iPhone dock; as well as listening to music and viewing photos and video from the Apple PMP on the display, owners can also load up photos from an SD card and view them instead.

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Vizit wireless photo frame on sale; AT&T data plans detailed

Vizit wireless photo frame on sale; AT&T data plans detailed

Isabella Product's Vizit cellular-enabled digital photo frame has finally gone up for sale, and it's also confirmed pricing for the required AT&T data plan.  The 10.4-inch 800 x 600 touchscreen - available in silver or black - is priced at $279.99, while there will be two data plan options: a "basic" plan at $5.99 per month, or a "premium" plan at $79.99 per year.

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Mojito WiFi display wants to own your online social life

Mojito WiFi display wants to own your online social life

When is a digital photo frame not a digital photo frame?  Why, when it's a standalone social aggregator of course; that's just what the Mojito promises, a 7-inch WVGA display with integrated WiFi b/g and a remote control, that can pull in various social networking feeds - such as Twitter, RSS and Facebook - together with photos, weather and more.

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Vizit wireless digital photo frame on sale March 23rd

Vizit wireless digital photo frame on sale March 23rd

We keep asking digital photo frame manufacturers to put cellular data connections into their displays, only very few of them seem to listen.  One prospect on the near horizon is the Vizit from Isabella Products, a 10.4-inch 800 x 600 touchscreen that can be left freestanding or wall-mounted, and which uses an integrated GSM/GPRS quadband modem to receive images emailed, shared from an online gallery or sent from a cameraphone.  Having been up for pre-order for a while now, we now know that Vizit will go on sale March 23rd.

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Casio “digital art” photo frame prototypes promise passive entertainment

Casio “digital art” photo frame prototypes promise passive entertainment

Casio aren't planning to follow Sony down the path of interactive digital photo frames - as Sony have done with their Dash, adding Chumby widget support - but instead see the devices as a passive form of entertainment.  In an interview with Tech-On!, Casio described their intent as turning the digital picture frame into the "third screen", one which can "sensitively adapt to the users' lives and environments."  They've also put together a prototype to show that passive doesn't have to mean passé.

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