HP Portable Digital Picture Frame Lets You Take Your Pics on the Go

OK, it's another damn digital photo frame, but bear with me. Equipped with a 3.5-inch, 320x240 display, it may not do anything that the average frame doesn't, yet it's appealing to the eye. It's simple design is appropriate for its overall lack of complexity — it has a USB 2.0 port, MP3 support, a single SD… »9/16/08 12:00am9/16/08 12:00am

Sony Vaio Photo Frame Brings Internet Radio, RSS News to Your Mantlepiece

Sending another (admittedly pretty) digital picture frame into an already overcrowded, under-innovated field, Sony has announced is $300 Vaio CP1, which boasts wireless networking, RSS feed integration and - most interestingly - Shoutcast radio streaming. The picture display capabilities are also above average, as the… »9/03/08 7:00pm9/03/08 7:00pm

eNecessities Digital Photo Cube for Giveaway Swagmeisters

You know digital photo frames are getting to be a commodity when they're designed for corporations to give them away as branding tools. That's what the eNecessities photo cube is, with its 1x1-inch LCD screen and 1.5 inches of space for branding just above that display. It holds about 30 digital photos, fed into it… »2/20/07 12:15pm2/20/07 12:15pm

Fidelity DOF-1000F Digital Office Picture Frame: Pushes Powerpoint, MMM-KAY?

A 10-inch digital picture frame that does JPGs and Powerpoint slides? First off all, I think they have the demographic all wrong. This isn't for the office. This is for workaholics who can prop it up on their nightstands, and fill its 256MB of mem with sales meeting presos along side photos of the wife and kids.
We're… »2/14/07 3:41pm2/14/07 3:41pm

Philips Debuts Next LCD Frame, Email-Accessible and More

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… »10/04/06 1:02pm10/04/06 1:02pm