World’s largest WiFi digital photo frame announced
September 24, 2008
September 25, 2008 A digital photo frame is usually considered a nice addition to your living room side table, but for this behemoth you might well need to clear some wall space. Smartparts' recently announced SP3200WF is a 32 inch, WiFi enabled digital picture frame offering 1366x768 resolution and the ability to display RSS Feeds, PowerPoint slides or PDF files in addition to your favorite snaps and video with sound supplied via built-in speakers.
Finished in a natural espresso finish wood frame, the SP3200WF can automatically connect to your wireless router and also supports SD/MMC/MS/xD and Compact Flash memory card formats.
The wall mountable unit also includes RF remote control that operates at a distance of up to 100ft and is compatible with Microsoft Windows Live Photo Gallery. The included OptiPix Pro photo management software does also copies and optimizes photos from your computer so that the original remains unchanged.
No price has yet been confirmed but as an indication, the company's non-WiFi 32-inch model announced in January can now be picked up for around the USD$750 mark.
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