Kodak has introduced its OLED Wireless digital picture frame, which the company says produces exceptionally sharp and vivid image quality. Kodak said OLED technology generates greater color depth and saturation than other displays, on panels that are substantially thinner, resulting in a sleek, low-profile design.
The frame will be on display at the Kodak booth (Hall 5.2) during Photokina, the worldâ€™s largest photo and imaging trade fair, which runs Sept. 23-28 in Cologne, Germany.
The new KODAK OLED Wireless Frame has built-in Wi-Fi technology that enables the display of pictures as well as access to videos and music stored on a PC elsewhere in the home. The wireless feature also enables connectivity to online photo and video sharing sites and Internet content portals for news, weather and sports, among others.
The KODAK OLED Wireless Frame will retail for about $1,000 when it begins to ship in November 2008.