Kodak today announced its new KODAK PULSE Digital Frame at the CES 2010.
This touchscreen-enabled frame is equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity and a personal e-mail address so consumers can easily send pictures wirelessly to the frame from a computer, from Facebook and KODAK Gallery sites, or from any device that has email capability.
With an e-mail-enabled device, including home computers and mobile phones, people can send their newest pictures directly to the PULSE Frame. Kodak further enhances the sharing experience by connecting the frame to photo albums on Facebook and KODAK Gallery sites. The frame automatically refreshes when consumers, or their family and friends, add new pictures to their albums.
KODAK PULSE Digital Frame Features:
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- Receive pictures via e-mail from computers and mobile phones
- Add pictures from your home computer, Facebook, and KODAK Gallery sites with built-in Wi-Fi capability
- Easy set-up with no software to install
- Intuitive touchscreen interface for easy interaction with photos
- Store up to 4,000 pictures** with 512 MB of internal memory
- Display pictures in brilliant color and crisp detail on the 7-inch high-quality display (800 x 600 pixels) featuring KODAK Color Science and LED backlighting
- ENERGY STAR qualified power adapter, mercury-free panel and programmable on-off settings to control power consumption
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The KODAK PULSE Digital Frame will be available for US $129.99 beginning in April 2010 and is already available for pre-order on Amazon. CES 2010 is here and with it tons of hot product announcements. Stay on top of the huge amount of CES 2010 news and highlights with I4U News. Read all about CES 2010 now. Follow I4U News on Twitter.