Philips Debuts Next LCD Frame, Email-Accessible and MoreCharlie White10/04/06 1:02pmFiled to: GadgetsPhilipsLCD FramesPicture Frames3EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThis image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here. Philips takes the LCD photo frame to the next level, where it showed a prototype of its latest model that trumps its previous frame by a few orders of magnitude. This one automatically changes the picture when you turn the frame, and has a feature that we've been waiting for, the ability to send pictures to it via email. It also has a touchscreen for easier editing, and lets you expand pictures across two or more frames.Now if Philips could just match the feature set of the now-defunct eStarling frame, which could not only receive photos via email but was WiFi-enabled, this would be a sure-fire hit. The eStarling could even play back a Flickr set that you could refresh from afar. C'mon Philips, make yours wireless, too.