Toshiba joins photo frame parade (yawn)

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


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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