Surf the Web with SilverPac's digital photo frame
Before you brush this gizmo aside as "just another digital picture display," stop right there. The 10.1-inch touch-screen-operated SilverFrame is probably the most advanced digital photo frame we've seen.
OEM manufacturer SilverPac has announced its latest digital photo frame, the SilverFrame, at the Computex tradeshow in Taipei, Taiwan. Before you brush this gizmo aside as "just another digital picture display," stop right there.
The 10.1-inch touch-screen-operated SilverFrame is probably the most advanced digital photo frame we have seen. It runs Windows CE 6.0 R2 with 512MB of RAM and supports Microsoft applications such as Windows SideShow and Live FrameIt. This means you can also surf the Web and access instant-messaging clients such as MSN.
As it is Wi-Fi-enabled, the SilverFrame (PDF) can view pictures and videos stored on social-networking sites such as Facebook, Flickr, and Picassa. It also has Bluetooth to receive images sent from your mobile phone, which can be stored in the 1GB onboard memory. As with most other digital photo frames, the SilverFrame has a multicard reader and micro USB/USB ports to import images from cameras.
According to SlashGear, the SilverFrame is on display at Microsoft's booth at Computex. But since SilverPac is just an OEM manufacturer, the company is now waiting for other firms to pick up the design.
Other noteworthy features:
Powered by Freescale i.MX27 processor
Comes with IR remote control
Displays JPEG, TIFF, GIF, and BMP format images
Two 3-watt speakers (1.5 watts per channel)
Rotation sensor for landscape or portrait orientation
AC adapter included
(Source: Crave Asia)