Digital Picture Frame

Parrot Specchio WiFi/NFC frame: there’s a photo in there among the glare

Parrot Specchio WiFi/NFC frame: there’s a photo in there among the glare

When we first saw Parrot's Specchio digital photo frame, designed by Martin Szekely, it looked to be a promising concept: wireless image transfer, slick appearance, what's not to like, eh?  But this live image of the Specchio in action throws it into a whole new light - or, more accurately, it reflects a whole lot of light from the semi-mirrored glass front-panel and completely washes out the image.

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Keian Japan to release all-in-one digital photo frame printer

Keian Japan to release all-in-one digital photo frame printer

Everyday a new digital picture frame is released. Some are better than others, no doubt, but not all of them try to pack a printer into them. Keian Japan is doing just that with their P71-A2-JP digital photo frame, which features an integrated printer.

This 7-inch digital photo frame has a 480 x 234 resolution. It also supports MS and SD, including SDHC up to 32GB. It can play MP3 audio files to go along with your photo presentations and has a USB host for added convenience. But the really interesting part about this digital frame is that is has a printer built in. It saves photos from a memory card once they are selected from the viewing screen.

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ViewSonic DPG801BK and DPG807BK digital photo frames forget the WiFi

ViewSonic DPG801BK and DPG807BK digital photo frames forget the WiFi

ViewSonic have announced a pair of 8-inch digital photo frames, complete with SwifTouch hidden touch-sensitive controls in the bezel that only illuminate when pressed.  As with any digital picture frame that crosses our path here at SlashGear, we've applied our basic litmus test on the ViewSonic DPG801BK and DPG807BK: is there integrated wireless?  Sadly, the answer in both cases is a resounding "no".

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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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Digital Foci Image Moments 6 LCD photo frame – where’s the WiFi?

Digital Foci Image Moments 6 LCD photo frame – where’s the WiFi?

Digital Foci were doing so well with their Image Moments 6 digital photo frame.  The design is good - two-tone silver that neither looks too retro nor too modern - and the full-featured remote is handy; the screen - at 5.7-inch 640 x 480 VGA resolution - is just the right size and the file format compatibility broad.  Then they went and spoilt it all by leaving out WiFi.

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