New Nokia Kaleidoscope I A Personal Photo Viewer

Posted: Sep 26 2003, 8:31am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:59pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
New Nokia Kaleidoscope I a Personal Photo Viewer
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Nokia introduced a ton of innovative and stylish wearable stuff this week. Nokia 7600, Nokia Medallions and more ImageWear.

Another interesting piece is the Nokia Kaleidoscope, a wearable digital photo viewer.
This tiny device lets you upload digital images and carry them with you. Since only one person can see the screen at a time, you can selectively share private images, even in the middle of a crowd. The Kaleidoscope features a full-color display, infrared transmission.

Kaleidoscope I Features:
- Private digital image display for personal or professional use 
- Carry your images with you 
- Virtual 32,768-color display 
- Stores up to 24 images at a time 
- Use compatible MMC cards for extra memory 
- Infrared connection for wireless image transfer 
- Carrying strap loop and carrying strap 
- Stainless steel-covered chassis


Release is said to be first Quarter of 2004.








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