Sony has trotted out a pair of new digitalphoto frames that will be shipping in January. These new digital frames are in the S-Frame series and include two almost identical offerings with the WA700 and W700. Both of them share most of the same features with touch panels and 7-inch screens. Both of the frames will also connect to a WiFinetwork in the home.
The WiFi connectivity allows the frame to automatically show photos from email or Facebook. That means you can email the photos you want on a relatives frame or put them on Facebook making it perfect for the relative that doesn't have a clue about tech. There are some key differences between the two frames.
Both can show weather forecasts, but only the WA700 will show internet radio and HD video clips. Both of them have on/off timers to save power and prevent too much light at night. Both also have 7-inch 800 x 480 resolution screens.
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