Kodak's new digital photo frames feature gesture-based input

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[photopress:kodak.jpg,full,left]Kodak’s dropped a trio of new digital photo frames that lack the usual controls or remote control that most frames come with. Instead the frames have a multitouch-like “Quick Touch Border”, allowing for gesture-based input to browse or display photos. It’s a cool idea.

The M820 and M1020 are 8- and 10-inch frames, respectively, featuring built-in speakers for MP3 playback and multi-card reading card slots for loading images into its 128mb internal memory. It also has a USB port for loading straight for the computer or even a thumbdrive.

The P720 features a 7-inch screen with no internal memory; instead a secondary SD card slot takes the place, meaning it can hold as much as you’d like it to, up to 2GB. It’s slick, and made to be mounted on walls.

Their all available now, with the P720 retailing for about $120, the M820 for $180, and the M1020 for about $230.

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