Are you one of those people who quite happily snaps away with your camera phone, taking pictures of your mates, live bands or even the odd celeb in the street? It’s easy enough to take them – but what about showing them off? If you want to display them quickly on the web, it’s worth checking out ShoZu. if you want them on display at home, there’s now the Parrot Bluetooth Photo Viewer.
The Photo Viewer, available in either leather or bleached oak, features a high-resolution TFT LCD colour screen, which can display up to 100 photos that can be uploaded from a Bluetooth-enabled phone in a couple of simple steps. You can decide which of the photos you keep on display or you can show as a slideshow at selected intervals. Software in the frame will automatically resize your photo to the frame size and re-adjust the image to portrait or landscape depending on whether the Photo Viewer is in a portrait or landscape position.
Sounds interesting, but at £156.99, it’s probably the most expensive photo frame you’ll ever buy. And in terms of image quality, I’d guess that it’s only worth considering if the camera on your phone is a fairly high specification.