Kodak EasyShare One Digital Camera Review

Posted: Nov 1 2005, 9:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:43pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews


Kodak EasyShare One Digital Camera Review
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Our partner Designtechnica reviews the Kodak EasyShare One Digital Camera.

"Wi-Fi is all the rage. It's moved from geeks to mainstream, especially when a hardly cutting-edge company like Kodak introduces a Wi-Fi- enabled digital camera. The EasyShare One lets you email pictures from the camera and connect to the Kodak EasyShare Gallery (formerly Ofoto) using the 802.11b protocol.
Once on the site you can alert folks that you have images to share and access all of your images. Kodak is working with T-Mobile so you have 6,000 hotspots across the U.S. to choose from to beam your images to the outside world. Or if that's not your cup of latte you can simply beam photos to your Wi-Fi enabled laptop or printer.
The new 4-megapixel digital camera goes beyond offering wireless connectivity. The camera has 256MB of internal memory so it holds up to 1,500 images, making it a portable digital photo album. It also has a huge swiveling 3-inch touch-screen LCD for framing and reviewing your Kodak moments."
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