Toshiba joins photo frame parade (yawn)

Its "Tekbright" is nothing special in this overcrowded market.

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With so many variations of digital photo frames on the U.S. market, it's small wonder that Toshiba is peddling its version in Europe. Even giant bi-pedal lizards are horning in on the act here.

Against all that competition, Toshiba's "Tekbright" doesn't seem terribly impressive on paper. It does have a tiny bit of built-in memory (64MB) and can play MP3s, but it's got only a 7-inch screen--which isn't saying much in this day of 15-inch high-resolution displays --and at 129 euros (about $189), it's hardly a bargain. But we do like the blue buttons.

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