Annoy everyone with the latest family photos with the PHOTTY GL15-BK Digital Frame. The 38 x 55 x 10mm frame has a tiny 1.5-inch LCD with 128x128 pixels that can display JPEG, BMP and AVI files. Expected to make a Japan debut in July, the frame can hold up to 150 images of 5kb apiece. No information is yet available on its price, but we expect one small enough for showing off of the kidlets.
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Philips has combined their new clock radio with a digital frame for those who like to wake to a friendly face. The AJL303 has a 3.5-inch color high-resolution display with time, date and radio station info. The device allows access from SD cards or music from its built-in FM radio. For an even more special Zen moment, arise or go to sleep to nature sounds that include rain, ocean waves and spa music. Get yours for $79.99.
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Just as TVs get thinner all the time, so do digital frames. Samsung has a perfect example with their SPF-87H Photo Frame. The 8-inch display with 800x480 resolution is only .91-inches thick. It holds 1GB memory equal to about 3,000 photos, a 5001:1 contrast ratio and runs via USB cable. Available in red, blue or charcoal, the smart frame will be available for ~$129.00, depending on where you shop.
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Transcend has unveiled their T.photo 720 Digital Frame. The device features a 800 x 480 hi-res 7-inch widescreen TFT display, internal speakers, and can hold up to 2GB internal memory. The T.photo supports JPGs and BMPs and can create video playback. Make custom slideshows with its MyShow function and utilize NaturaTone to enhance color for a more “lifelike” appearance. The AOS (Automatic Orientation Sensor) is the part that we like best. It automatically detects whether to display the image horizontally or vertically. The frame also functions as an alarm clock, MP3 player, and FM tuner with 20 presets.
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Mustek is busy preparing for the PMA in Vegas this Jan 31 through February 2. Among its wares that it will display is its newest Digital Photo Frame. The PF-A950PS has a 9.5-inch screen with an actual flat panel speaker on its frame. With a 16:9 aspect ratio and a 800 x 480 resolution, it supports JPEG images in its 128MB storage. The device can read SD, MMC, MS, MS Pro, xD, and CF cards. The frame plays AVI, MJPEG, and Xvid videos and MP3 audio. Look for its formal debut in May for ~$250.00.
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