Digital Picture Frame

Sony launches new S-Frame digital photo frame models

Sony launches new S-Frame digital photo frame models

Sony has added to its lineup of S-Frame series digital photo frames today with three new models launching. The new models include the DPF-HD1000, DPF-HD800, and DPF-C700. The high-end of the new models is the HD1000 and HD800 models. Both of those frames can playback HD videos filmed at 50p and cab also show MPEG4, MPEG1, and Motion JPEG videos shot with digital cameras. They have an integrated speaker for audio playback and they can play audio files as well.

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Panasonic MW-20 digital photo frame doubles as iPhone speaker-dock

Panasonic MW-20 digital photo frame doubles as iPhone speaker-dock

Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised; Panasonic's latest digital photo frame has sprouted an iPhone dock, allowing you to not only display images stored on its 2GB of internal storage but any pictures on the Apple smartphone.  The Panasonic MW-20 has a 9-inch LCD display on an adjustable hinge, and also works as a speaker-dock thanks to its 5.6-mm Super Slim Semi Dome Speaker and sound diffuser.

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Qualcomm AR Digital Photo Frame demo [Video] [Updated]

Qualcomm AR Digital Photo Frame demo [Video] [Updated]

Qualcomm are holding their annual IQ event in London today, and while the company has confirmed that their 1.5GHz Snapdragon chipset for smartphones and tablets is due in Q1 2011 (Update: the 1.5GHz actually won't be until near the end of 2011; the 1.2GHz will arrive in Q1 2011) more interesting perhaps is their AR photo frame demo. Currently running as an Android app, the system allows users to take a photo on their smartphone, point the handset's camera at a digital photo frame, and then instantly squirt the image over to it.

Update: Technical details added after the cut

Video demo after the cut

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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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CubeBrowser Brings Images From the Internet Onto a Cube

CubeBrowser Brings Images From the Internet Onto a Cube

The CubeBrowser is designed to bring images from the cloud, or online, right to your hands. This isn't just a normal picture frame. Not at all. Instead of just putting it on a desk somewhere and forgetting about it, you're meant to hold it in your hand, turn it over, and look at the six-sided device as new images are displayed based on your actions. A great idea, for sure, especially because you're not supposed to just leave it somewhere and show it off with a point of a finger.

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Ceiva Snap now supports Android

Ceiva Snap now supports Android

Digital picture frames are fantastic devices. They make it easy to show off all of those images that you take with your digital camera and camera phone. If you use a connected from that is online like the Ceiva frames they are even more useful.

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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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