NEW! The Sony Vaio CP1 Wi-Fi Digital Picture Frame: Sleek and Tasty
So we know that any foray Sony takes into digital picture frames is quality, given their expertise in digital displays and decades of success in the consumer electronics market. Add to this the innovation of Shoutcast radio streaming in their latest frame, the Sony Vaio CP1. That means you've got a nice set of speakers on the frame from which to play Internet radio.
Otherwise you'll be happy with a 7-inch monitor, wireless networking, RSS feed integration and 128MB internal memory plus compatibility with most media cards and online albums like Picasa. You can have your RSS headlines run over your photos, as well as date and time information. The display itself is a cut above with 16 million colors and a light sensor that automatically adjusts the brightness of the display according to ambient light. Frame goes on sale in mid-October for $300.
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Posted by Susan Moriarty at September 8, 2008 10:31 AM