photo viewer

  • Epson rolls out 4-inch high-res photo viewers

    Epson Imaging today announced the P-7000, a photo viewer with a 160-Gbyte HDD, which holds RAW data of about 9,000 shots from a 10 megapixel resolution digital camera. The low-temperature polysilicon (LTPS) TFT LCD displays 16,770k colors (200 ppi), supports SD/CF (Type II) cards and is equipped with two USB 2.0 ports. Users will have to wait only for 1.5 seconds to see a 10 megapixel JPEG file… Read More

  • Epson announces something other than printers (and they're really cool)


    Oh, Epson, it’s been a long time since I’ve paid any attention to you since I no longer own a printer anymore. But you certainly surprised me today with the announcement of the P-6000 and P-7000 multimedia photo viewer. A four-inch VGA LCD with a four-color filter system gives you the best damn viewable image possible with over 16.7 million colors and runs the Adobe RGB color gamut… Read More

  • New WiFi-Enabled Frame Features SideShow

    A Living Picture has put its new WiFi-enabled picture frame up on Amazon and, man, I kinda want one. Even though nobody ever comes over to my apartment to see the TFT display with 800×480 resolution, it’d be a cool way to look at my pictures without one of those decidedly low-tech “photo albums.” Other features on this frame include a multi-format memory card reader… Read More

  • Canon Launches Portable Media Storage Devices

    Canon, makers of many things digital camera-centric, has launched a couple of new portable digital storage devices aimed squarely at photographers. More than just hard drives with batteries, the M30 and M80 feature a full-color LCD screen for previewing images, digital image zooming, SD and CF card slots, and even a headphone jack for MP3 playback. The internal hard drives are at 30GB and… Read More