I finally got a digital photo frame, but not just any one. I got the Samsung SPF-72V 7-Inch Wireless Digital Photo Frame
Samsung and MSR’s Next Media Group developed this frame together. MSR developed the initial software, and Samsung shipped the final hardware product.
It is so freaking cool.
The frame can:
The frame supports:
Product Features Displays your digital photos with high quality and the full spectrum of colors Autorotates images for a display that is always fresh Connect to a computer via 1 Type-A or 1 Type-B USB, or wirelessly through through WiFi or through Windows Vista WMP11 Accepts SD/MMC, MS, and xD memory cards; includes AC and headphone jacks 6.5-inch viewable LCD display with 800 x 480 resolution and a 300:01:00 contrast ratio Technical Details Panel type: TFT-LCD Viewable size: 7 inches wide Resolution: 800 x 480 Brightness (typical): 200 cd/m2 Contrast ratio: 300:01:00 Input ports: Hi-Speed USB x 2 (download photos from PC or thumb drive), built-in 4-in-1 memory card reader for Secure Digital (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC), Memory Stick, xD-Picture Card Built-in memory: 128MB (400 photos or more) Supported image format: JPEG Orientation: Landscape, Portrait Slideshow programs: Fade, Shutter, Cross Comb, Mask, Brick, Bar, Dissolve, Expansion, Silk Aspect ratios: Original, fit to screen, fit to width Interface/controls: Graphical user interface, 4-way directional button, 4 standalone buttons OS Compatibility: Windows 2000 (SP2), Windows XP, Windows Vista, MAC OSX (10x), Linx 0S (2.6x) Security: Kensington lock compatibility Other features: On/Off timer, brightness adjustment, 90-degree rotating stand for horizontal and vertical installations Color: White/silver Power consumption (typical): 10W Power requirements: 90 ~ 264V (50/60Hz) Dimensions (W x H x D): 8.2 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches Weight: 1.3 pounds What's in the box: Samsung SPF-72V digital frame, power adapter/cable, USB cable, quick setup guide, user manual/PC software CD
It is cycling through 1000s of photos. The kids are loving it.
I am going to investigate Frame Channel next
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Now that is friggin cool!
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