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WiFi Photo Frame

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An LCD photo frame, which connects wirelessly to a PC and displays the pictures in a specific folder.

Hangs on the wall and looks nice!

menotyou, Jul 12 2004

Viewsonic VP 110p 'Airpanel' http://www.viewsoni...lays/airpanelv150p/
So cool it's already discontinued [Mr Burns, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Baked. http://www.digi-frame.com/home.html
[yabba do yabba dabba, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Another http://www.iwantone.../DIGPHOVAR_ELEC.htm
[yabba do yabba dabba, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       So, let me get this straight, it's an LCD display that you hang on you wall?
scubadooper, Jul 12 2004

       Yes... In a frame though!   

       I suppose it could come with a stand as well!
menotyou, Jul 12 2004

       Does it just display one picture or does it cycle through all the pictures in a specific folder?
angel, Jul 12 2004

15420, Jul 12 2004

       Care to elaborate?
angel, Jul 12 2004

       So its .. er .. use your monitor to look at photos you've taken on your camera.   

       And put a frame round it?   

britboy, Jul 12 2004

       This needs to be flat. It needs to hang on the wall. It connects to your PC wirelessly.
It comes in a nice wooden frame. Its sole purpose is to display photographs.
Like a regular photo in a frame, but with the benefit of cycling through photo's either in order, or randomly.
If it's baked, then lets see a link!
menotyou, Jul 12 2004

       Bind to extended desktop and run a slideshow, it will do exactly what you want.   

       Touchscreen capability also allows you to draw mustaches and glasses on displayed pictures.
Mr Burns, Jul 12 2004

       With a nice power cable trailing down the wall to the closest power point.
scubadooper, Jul 12 2004

       It could either be battery powered or the cabling run inside the wall cavity!
menotyou, Jul 12 2004

       The central point of this idea is that it be a WiFi photo frame.   

       While the digi-frame can use WiFi, it does not come equipped with it. Hopefully, such a device wouldn't cost $2000 as the digi-frame does. Whoa.
bristolz, Jul 12 2004

       Unless it sells for under $50, if will fail like all others including the one from sony that read memory sticks.
Porsche911, Jul 12 2004

       Since when is the 'bakery concerned with absurdity of prices?
yabba do yabba dabba, Jul 13 2004


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