NEW from Kodak: World's First OLED Wireless Digital Picture Frame
Wowsers! Kodak invented OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology and now they've stuffed it into the first ever consumer-available wireless digital frame. OLED technology gives greater color depth and saturation, and views well from any angle--all in a display panel that is significantly thinner than the usual. In addition, you've got the wi-fi technology (which should pretty much be mandatory in digital frames, in our opinion), a premium audio system and wide screen display.
In November, the frame will go on sale at Kodak.com (later at other retailers) with the whopping price tag of $999. Yeah. In the meantime, you could head on over to Cologne, Germany and see the frame on display at Photokina, the world's largest photo and imaging trade fair.
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Posted by Susan Moriarty at September 18, 2008 9:06 AM