CES 2006: Windows Vista Digital Picture Frame

Posted: Jan 2 2006, 6:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:57pm CDT, in News | CES


CES 2006: Windows Vista Digital Picture Frame
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Pacific Digital will demonstrate a digital Photo frame that uses the enhanced multimedia features built into the upcoming Microsoft Windows Vista release.

The Pacific Digital MemoryFrame will be able use Windows Vista's Windows Media Connect, Windows Connect Now and RSS Feeds. The photo frame can either be connected via USB 2.0 High Speed or wirelessly.
When the computer or home server running Windows Vista is switched on the Digital Picture Frame will discover the Windows Vista shared media and instantly begin displaying content. If no system is found the MemoryFrame will revert to content stored in its internal memory.
More details on the Pacific Digital site.
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