Kodak has announced a new portabledigital picture frame that is powered by batteries allowing the user to take it on the road with them. The phone is called the EasyShare S730 and runs on a rechargeable battery.
A PictureFinder feature makes it easy to find a specific image on the frame. The frame includes a slideshow mode that scrolls images individually and allows the display of a calendar or a clock too. Another viewing option is a collage mode that shows four random images at once.
The battery has one hour of run time and the frame has 1GB of internal memory, good enough for up to 8000 images. Controls for the frame are touch sensitive and located on the frame border. The frame can also play video and allows the addition of music to a slideshow. Kodak will ship the S730 in June for $139.
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