CES 2007: Parrot Bluetooth Photo Viewer
Parrot has kicked off this year’s CES by unveiling its new 7-inch digital photo frame, with 128MB of memory for your photos, which you transfer onto the device via Bluetooth from your camera, phone or PC/Mac.
It’s a beefed-up version of Parrot’s existing 3.5-inch photo viewer, which came out last year. It’s got built-in sensors to ensure your photos are displayed the right way up, no matter how the frame is positioned.
It accepts JPG photos up to seven-megapixels in resolution, and Parrot says it can store up to 500, which I assume is down to the “software-controlled image resizing”. You can tweak the brightness, contrast and backlight, and set up customised slide shows. It’ll be out by the summer, and cost $249 (around £130).
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