Photo Frames

  • FinePix REAL 3D V3: Fujifilm’s Naked-Eye 3D Photoframe Supports 3D Playback From Other Devices

    FinePix REAL 3D V3: Fujifilm’s Naked-Eye 3D Photoframe Supports 3D Playback From Other Devices

    Digital photo frames are a dime a dozen nowadays, and recently, 3D models have been popping up, too. Fujifilm today announced the FinePix REAL 3D V3, a so-called “digital viewer” that displays pictures in 3D and doesn’t require users to wear glasses. The company says its new device is the first in the world to support 3D movie and picture playback and compatibility to other… Read More

  • My Picturetown 3D: Nikon's 3D Image Conversion Service For Photo Frames

    Nikon Japan is planning [JP] to offer an online service that allows users to convert conventional 2D images into 3D in order to view them on a dedicated 3D photo frame. Starting December this year, the service will be open to Japanese members of “my Picturetown”, an online photo sharing and storage service run by Nikon (which already exists). Read More

  • Quick hands on with the Vizit cellular connected touchscreen photo frame

    The Vizit photo frame is an interesting twist on conventional photo frames. Forget about setting it up over Wi-Fi or USB—this thing connects to AT&T’s network and pulls in photos sent via e-mail, MMS, browser upload, Photobucket, and Flickr. I had a chance to play around with a beta version of the frame, so this isn’t so much a review as it is a quick look at what you… Read More

  • Photo frame features built-in scanner

    Oh boy, here’s the perfect digital photo frame for grandma, grandpa, or anyone else who’s deathly afraid of technology. Aside from the $200 price tag, it’s actually not a bad idea. It’s a digital photo frame with an integrated 4×6 photo scanner. Read More

  • Review: Digital Foci Photo Book


    Short version: The concept of the “digital photo frame” finally goes mobile with the Digital Foci Photo Book. Its sleek 8″ screen offers 800×600 resolution, supports a variety of memory card formats, and can even display digital photos in RAW format. The built-in speaker allows you to augment photo playback with MP3s, as well as display video, to craft the perfect… Read More

  • Worlds Collide: iMo digital photo frame features built-in printer

    If you thought that the whole point of the common digital photo frame was to make old-school photos a thing of the past, it looks like you were wrong. I was wrong too, so let’s take comfort together in our wrongness. If the folks at iMo have their way, we’ll look at a digital photo on their digital frame and say to ourselves “I want that photo on some sort of card stock… Read More

  • Photo frame looks like a Mac window

    Perhaps you find yourself in the overlapping section of a Venn diagram consisting of a circle called “People who like Macs,” a circle called “People who hate digital photo frames but are okay with computer-themed standard photo frames,” and a circle called “People who have at least $25.” Sound about right? Then here’s the $25 image.jpg Photo Frame… Read More

  • HP outs new ‘DreamScreen’ photo frames with Facebook and Pandora features

    HP has released a new line of wireless photo frames; the 10.2-inch DreamScreen 100 and 13.3-inch DreamScreen 130, priced at $250 and $300, respectively. Read More

  • Sungale desk lamp features 3.5-inch LCD

    Ah, convergence devices. Sometimes they actually make sense. Case in point, this 5-watt LED desk lamp with built-in 3.5-inch digital photo frame. The fine people over at Zatz Not Funny! (Zat name IS funny!) took a quick look at the lamp, so let’s take a look at their look. Read More

  • Picture frame does motion-activated snow flurries

    This here is a photo frame that contains a proximity sensor. When you walk past the frame, it’ll activate a flurry of swirling snowflakes. So whichever 4×6 photo is housed inside the frame will take on the appearance of a wintery wonderland. All for just $25. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 14.1-inch photo frame for $99

    Buy.com has a gigantic digital photo frame for just $99 – way, way down from the $299 list price. It’s the Westinghouse DPF-1411 and it features a 1200×800 resolution, two USB ports, 128MB of built-in memory, and compatibility with JPEG, AVI, MPEG-1, and MPEG-4 files. Read More

  • Review: SmartParts SPX8WF Wi-Fi digital frame


    NOTE: SmartParts is closing shop. Do not buy this product unless it is on sale. Short Version: A built-in e-mail address for sending photos directly to the frame and a gorgeous 8-inch screen barely even out the shortcomings of the SmartParts SPX8WF digital photo frame. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 3.5-inch digital photo frame for $22.99

    Here’s a good stocking stuffer. Buy.com has the Nextar N3-505 3.5-inch digital photo frame for $22.99 with free shipping. The frame has a 320×240 resolution with 8MB of built-in memory, which can be expanded via SD, MMC, and memory stick cards. Nextar N3-505 – 3.5" Digital Photo Frame [Buy.com] Read More

  • Kodak announces $999 OLED photo frame

    Kodak will be showing off a fancy OLED photo frame in Germany next week. I bet it’ll look really nice. I also bet it’ll be prohibitively expensive for most people. Yep, there we go — it’ll cost $999. I hope you have some really good looking friends and family. If you have beautiful acquaintances and deep pockets, here’s what you’ll get: a super thin… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Digital photo frame for $40 after MIR

    Newegg.com has the Gear Head 7-inch digital photo frame for $59.99 with a $20 mail in rebate. You can also use coupon code “FRAME73FS” at checkout to get free shipping. Not a bad deal if you’re looking to get into the digital photo frame game. Resolution is 480×234 and there’s a remote! A remote! You can look at your photos from the couch all…day…long. GEAR… Read More

  • Pandigital adds touch-interface to photo frame borders

    Digital photo frames are going more hi-tech. Last week we told you about the new Kodak frames with a touch-interface border, and now Pandigital has introduced its PanTouch line of frames with similar touch-sensitive borders for controls. On-screen feedback acts as a UI, and they come in 10-inch, 8-inch, or 7-inch models for between $120-$250, depending on the size. Read More

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

    [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… Read More

  • Polaroid concept digital photo frame, just like the real thing

    [photopress:draft_3727_big.gif.jpg,full,left]The Polaroid brand refuses to die. Though you can’t get film for your camera anymore, Polaroid is all about using retro design and nostalgia to keep the name alive, and this clever mini digital photo frame is a great example. It’s a concept, but one that could enter production soon, if they can come up with a cheap enough way to run it. Read More

  • iRiver Siren Digital Photo Frame

    I was at Josh’s house the other day and noticed, quietly, that he has one of those digital photo frames. I mean, he’s cool to begin with, but now I know he’s, like, Fonzie cool. So now I look at iRiver’s new Siren digital photo frame with “Be Like Mike Josh” on my mind. Its 5.6-inch QVGA display, encased in old person-friendly mahogany, should do the trick… Read More