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Now VueZone users can get a camera that can see in darkness.
The Chumby 8 is the best and biggest Chumby yet, but tablet and smartphone owners may find its features redundant and its speed lacking.
It won't slice or dice, brew your coffee, or fetch your slippers, but the Insignia Infocast's ability to put news, music, photos, calendars, and social networks at your fingertips makes it a worthy addition to today's digitally-enabled home.
The Toshiba DMF82XKU 8-inch Digital Media Frame is a decent photo-viewing choice for Picasa, Facebook, and Flickr fans, but the overall package could use some polish and probably a firmware update.
Viewsonic's 8-inch DPG807 has a lot of positives, including decent image quality, an attractive design, and a couple of nice extras--but some quirks hold it back from a higher rating.
Though it's a little expensive for its feature set, the Sony 8-inch Digital Photo Frame DPF-D80 delivers exactly what most people want: high-quality photo slideshows in an easy-to-use, attractive package.
A good budget frame for those who like the traditional look, the HP DF820 series offers more capabilities than competitors, without too much complexity.
The Kodak EasyShare 7-inch Digital Photo Frame P720 is a basic photo frame that's designed to be relatively affordable and easy to use, but as you might expect from an entry-level frame, its image quality is pretty mediocre. It's worth the extra money to step up to an 8-inch model.
The Ceivalife digital photo frame and its complementary service push past simple picture viewing into the realm of Internet appliances--for better or worse.
Kodak may have cut some corners on the build quality of the EasyShare W1020 Wireless Digital Frame, but it offers decent image quality, performance, and a strong feature set for the money.