Korean firm eStarling has launched an eight-inch photo frame with 128MB of internal memory, Wi-Fi for transferring your snapshots on, and a screen resolution of 800×600 pixels. That’s not the interesting part though.
See, rather than just sticking shots of yourself and family / friends / pets on it, you can set it up to subscribe to RSS photo feeds from sites like Flickr and Picasa, or if you’ve got a Photobucket account, you can let it access ALL of your photos in a slideshow stylee. What’s more, each frame has its own email address, allowing you to send pictures to other people’s frames, or receive them from your mobile phone.
I’d worry though: if you have an email-enabled photo frame, surely it’s only a matter of time before it starts getting spam, and displaying ‘Bigger pen!s will open new exciting horizons of sensual pleasure for you‘ messages when your parents come to visit…
(via AVING USA)