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Kodak releases a slew of EasyShare picture frames

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The Kodak EASYSHARE M820 (8-inch, $180) and M1020 (10-inch, $230) digital picture ups the ante with Kodak’s new “Quick Touch Border” feature. The new capability allows users to easily scroll and manage their photos, from deleting to sorting their images, with a simple slide or touch of a finger. The frames’ border, dubbed the “touch panel”, illuminates yellow signaling exactly where to touch. Smartly, Kodak opted not to go the touchscreen route to keep the frames’ 16:9 display free of smudges and fingerprints. Built-in speakers, backlit display, MP3 and video (MPEG 1 and 4) playback, USB, CF/SD/MMC/xD/MS card reader, and 128MB of on-board memory come included.

But, hang on, Kodak also has the EASYSHARE P720, which is a 7-inch frame that also sports the “Quick Touch Border”, but minus the fancy speakers and multimedia playback. The P720 does have support for various storage cards, including an additional microSD slot — allowing you to chose the storage capacity you want. The P720 will retail for $120.

All three digital frames should hit shelves on April 16th.

Read Kodak’s press release.


Via: Engadget

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