Emtrace Photoskins Intelligent Photo Frame For Your Wallet

Posted: Nov 16 2007, 6:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:52am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Emtrace Photoskins Intelligent Photo Frame for your Wallet
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Photoskins is an innovative digital photo frame that is small enough to carry around in your wallet.

The Emtrace Photoskins gadget measures 90x70x4.7mm and features a 2.5 inch color display.
Photoskins is not just a photo viewer it also supports information widgets like CNN news, weather and more. The secret is a Linux OS running on a ARM920T CPU inside this business card with a screen.
Photoskins connects via USB to the net to synchronize installed widgets and to upload photos.
The internal memory is 128MB NAND Flash and 64MB SDRAM.

Emtrace got a CES 2008 Innovations award for the Photoskins gadget and will display it at the CES 2008 in January. Market entry for this intelligent wallet photo frame is not set yet.
Via the Emtrace site.

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