Sony Introduces VAIO CP1 Digital Photo Frame

Posted: Sep 4 2008, 10:27am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:24am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 

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Sony has announced a new digital photo frame at CEDIA in Denver this week. The frame uses Wi-Fi to get images wirelessly from a PC or the internet. The frame can also stream Internet radio stations in real-time.

Resolution is 800 x 480 and measures 7-inches diagonally. The ability to stream images from Google Picasa is also integrated. Images can be displayed directly from Memory Stick media, SD cards, or digital still cameras. The frame has 128Mb of internal memory and can display RSS feeds as well. The frame will ship in mid-October for about $300.

“How many times have you uploaded images to our PC— vowing to share them— never to see them again,” said Xavier Lauwaert, product manager for VAIO product marketing at Sony Electronics. “This new frame provides an easy way to retrieve and share these precious memories that otherwise would have been forgotten.”

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