In spite of some performance issues, the Smartparts SPX12 is a good-looking digital picture frame that for the most part lives up to its claim of making it easy to transfer photos from a memory card to the frame with almost no effort.
The SmartParts SP8PRT's laundry list of negatives far outweighs the positives, proving that some devices just aren't meant to be hybridized. If you simply must have both digital photo frame and a printer, do yourself a favor--stay away from this toy and purchase two separate devices.
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Smartparts added two Wi-Fi enabled digital photo frames to its lineup, the 10inch SPX10WF and the SPX19WF.
Smartparts has announced two new pocket-size touch-screen digital photo viewers to its current lineup, the 2.4-inch SP24PC and the 3.5-inch SP35PC.
New Smartpants Wi-Fi enabled frame lets you send photos directly to your frame's own e-mail address.
The SmartParts SP8PRT combines a digital photo frame and a dye-sub printing, but the overall quality proves that some devices just aren't meant to be hybridized.
Smartparts' two new digital photo frames come with OptiPix software to simplify the photo upload process.
No, especially if its subjects have unsightly blemishes.
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CES coverage: a variety of digital photo frames