New York Timesâ€™ David Pogue writes, â€œA few years ago, (digital picture frames) were novelty items: small, expensive, with coarse screens. To load pictures onto one, you had to insert your cameraâ€™s memory card and fiddle with menus. Today, a lot of those early frames lie in gadget drawers â€” right beside the speech-recognition headsets.â€
But over the years, those frames have dropped in price, grown in pixels and evolved in looks. More intriguingly, some have gained wireless antennas, Web connections and even built-in printers.â€
David looks at a number of the present generation of digital frames â€“ EMotion with Bluetooth, Parrot DF7220, Kodak EasyShare EX1011, EStarling Digital Wireless, Momento 100, PanDigital Wi-Fi Picture Frame, and SmartParts SP8PRT, pictured above â€“ and shares with us his impressions.
Read his take on why the ones from Kodak, eStarling, Momento and SmartParts are standouts among the present crop.
[Via: New York Times]