The new frames are available in seven and eight-inch sizes, finished in piano black, and feature a built-in analogue clock and alarm that allows you to choose your favourite movie or music to wake up to.
The Ality Photo Scheduler calendar function enables users to select a personal display or movie schedule by time and date.
It also features an Auto Tilting function that lets the frame know whether it’s oriented in portrait or landscape position, and adjusts the display accordingly.
Photos and movies can be added to the frame via the memory card slot, or via the USB port connected up to your PC.
It also comes with an infra-red controller allowing rotating, zooming and cropping of images.
The eight-inch model features a touch screen, 256MB of internal memory, and rechargeable battery.
The seven-inch model costs around £110, the eight-incher is around £180.