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Parrot's Bluetooth picture frames also offer creative freedom in the living space
The Parrot PHOTO VIEWER receives, stores and displays the very best photos on your phone or PC without the slightest cable or wire in sight.
Featuring a high-resolution LCD screen with 320 x 234 pixels and 262 144 colours, the Parrot PHOTO VIEWER benefits from the TFT technology to guarantee you the highest level of rendering in terms of colours and sharp
The internal memory can receive and store over 100 photos and display them as you like. Delete your old photos and easily replace them with your new
ones as you see fit.
An LCD screen gives off light, which can be a pain if you want to put it on your bedside table. The Parrot PHOTO VIEWER features a sensor that switches off the frame when the light level drops.
Parrot offers a choice of frames crafted out of the most noble materials - white-leaded oak and leather - in a variety of colours designed to match your home interior.
Easily share and display the photos taken with your mobile phone.
If you own a Smartphone or a PDA with navigation software, the Parrot 3400LS-GPS kit is made for you. It combines, for the first time, a unique device, a Bluetooth hands-free kit with a color screen and a GPS antenna.
A “First” offering a large color screen displaying your phonebook due to automatic synchronization with your Bluetooth phone. It also displays photos of your correspondent (if existing) when receiving in-coming calls. And still with voice recognition to f
April 9, 2006 First we got wired, and now we’re getting unwired. Bluetooth took a long time to build momentum, but is now beginning to fulfil its promise with Paris-based Bluetooth specialist Parrot creating an ingenious pair of 60W stereo wireless speakers. Based on the premise people are increasingly carrying their music collection with them, and Bluetooth functionality will become ubiquitous across all handheld devices, the speakers can transform your iPod, mobile phone or handheld into a full blown 2 x 60W stereo system. There’s also a flexibility of room configuration available with the speakers that just wasn’t there before too – frequent furniture rearrangers will love the concept.
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