Photo-sharing frame helps you stay connected
The new Vizit digital photo frame adds an always-on cellular connection to enable instant two-way sharing of images with family and friends.
In my house, the kitchen is the heart of the home. It's where we gather, where we share meals, but also where we make memories. I feed my kids, I feed my soul. Corny? Maybe, but I'm OK with that.
Capturing those everyday moments is important to me. I'm constantly snapping pictures with my cell phone as well as with my digital camera. My husband's family lives overseas, and my own family is sprawled across the States, so it's hard to feel connected all the time. I don't always have the time or the energy to upload every photo to Facebook, but I want my mom and mother-in-law to share those mundane experiences--my son licking cake batter, my daughter doing her homework at the table--and I want to share theirs as well.
Vizit, from Isabella Products, is the first two-way, touch-screen, photo-sharing device to deliver images over the mobile network from anywhere in the world via e-mail or MMS. Those pictures you snap with your cell phone? In moments, they're sent to your Vizit screen and automatically archived on your personal Vizitme.com account. You can access your account from any Internet-connected computer worldwide to remotely manage, edit, delete, and organize the photos on your frame. Keep the frame in the kitchen, and stay connected with the people you love.
The frame is $280, and photo plans--which include an always-on AT&T cellular connection--start at $5.99 per month.