The HP DreamScreen is a decent a photo frame and Pandora Internet radio, but it's weighed down by several lukewarm features and an interface that demands patience.
Like a digital photo frame on steroids, the HP DreamScreen melds photos, music, and more into an affordable Internet-connected display.
The HP DreamScreen sells itself as a digital photo frame on steroids, pulling web content such as Pandora radio, Facebook updates, and Snapfish photo albums. Unfortunately, this dream doesn't have a happy ending.
Take a closer look at the DreamScreen from HP, a digital photo frame that includes Web-connected extras, such as Facebook, Snapfish, and Pandora radio.
In addition to displaying all your photos, HP's Wi-Fi-enabled DreamScreen can stream Pandora and Internet radio from the Internet, show you the weather forecast, and pull content from online Facebook and Snapfish accounts.
The new DreamScreen tablet from HP looks like what everyone wants from Apple at first glance. Until we dig deeper and find out it may be what nobody wants. The music publishers also seem like they're full of stupid too wanting to get a performance right
The new DreamScreen tablet from HP looks like what everyone wants from Apple at first glance. Until we dig deeper and find out it may be what nobody wants. The music publishers also seem like they're full of stupid too wanting to get a performance right for you watching a TV show alone in your room. And Cooley and me get in a knock-down over Kurt Cobain's proper presentation in Guitar Hero.
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As Intel readies its most potent chip yet for small devices, Apple is already a competitor.