In recent years Philips has produced some of the better--and most popular--digital photo frames, and the company has announced it's expanding its line of frames to include 6-, 7- and 8-inch models that incorporate technologies "that enhance screen color and contrast for an unparalleled showcase of priceless images."
The press release notes that, "New models leverage RadiantColor, Philips' innovation that extends the color on the edges of a less-than-full-screen photo to the sides of the screen. This alleviates black bars as well as aspect ratio distortion to ensure the best viewing experience, adding new glow to your memories."
Philips has decided to keep things relatively simple and won't be adding Wi-Fi to its frames like many manufacturers are this year. According to Philips, "two memory card slots are built in, as well as a USB connector," and the new frames also offer an enhanced "collage effect," which was introduced in Philips' 2007 Digital PhotoFrame product line.
Here's a chart of the full lineup, complete with Philips ridiculous model numbers.