The new wireless photo frame from Sony, the VAIO CP1 Wi-Fi, can receive news and stream Internet radio in real-time, aside from displaying photos of course.
The CP1 model lets you stream photos from a VAIO PC directly to the photo frame utilizing its built-in Wi-Fi capability. Its 7-inch LCD screen features more than 16 million colors and a resolution of 800×480 pixels.
In addition to streaming images from a VAIO PC, the CP1 can also connect to Google Picasa web albums. This enables you to view up to four web albums simultaneously, as well as upload photos directly to a Picasa account. It also features built-in stereo speakers and an Internet radio player for enriching slideshows with your favorite style of music.
The Sony VAIO CP1 Wi-Fi will hit store shelves in October; expect a price tag of about $300.