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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.


Philips Simplicity Event [GadgetCentre]