Kodak’s ears must have been burning when Parrot unveiled their digital photo frame, since they’ve gone ahead and announced an upcoming series of their own frames. Unlike Parrot’s it doesn’t have Bluetooth, instead featuring memory card slots. There’ s a 10 and a 9 inch WiFi version, as well as an 8 and 7 inch standard version, with card slots only. The WiFi enables you to not only view photos on your home computer, but to display them straight from your online Kodak gallery. There’s also the option to set it to music which plays through the two inbuilt stereo speakers, as well as a remote control. You get one frame in the box, and the option to buy new surrounds which will fit on the, er, frame of the frame. Prices start at $129, with the highest end model costing $279.