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eStarling WiFi photo frame

eStarling WiFi photo frame - Thumbs Up have announced the release of the eStarling 2.0 Wi-Fi.

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Press Release: eStarling Wi-Fi Frame

The eStarling Wi-Fi isn’t just a top quality way of displaying your digital pictures, it’s a great way to keep in touch with your family and friends by letting them share their photographs too.

With full web-based access you can connect the Photo Frame to your local Wi-Fi network and display pictures via email, or from an online photo archive source such as Flickr or Photobucket.

We’ll get on to the great specifications and features in a second, but here’s a simple reason why this would make an excellent gift. Let’s say you live a long way from your family – parents, grandparents etc. and you want to send them pictures of your kids. You could do it the old fashioned way and send prints in the post – or buy them one of these so you can let them see your pictures wherever you are in the world.

Or, if you want one for yourself, in addition to showing your artistic efforts and plain old holiday snaps, you can choose keywords from Flickr and, for example, tell your photo frame to display hot babes, Venetian architecture, sunsets or whatever else takes your fancy.

E-Mail
Once the photo frame is online, it gets its own dedicated email address that anyone you share it with can send photos to. You can secure this by only allowing pictures from specific email addresses to be displayed. So don’t worry – your Wi-Fi picture frame isn’t going to try to sell you Viagra.

Displaying Photos
Simply email any photo to the frame. It checks for new email every few minutes and puts any pictures it receives into rotation in a slideshow. It functions in the same way when receiving photos via a Flickr or Photobucket feed. You can also add or delete photos directly via the web-based control panel.

Specifications

  • eStarling 7in Widescreen features widescreen aspect ratio (480 x 270px)
  • eStarling 8in Hi-Res 4:3 features standard photo aspect ratio and (800 x 600px)
  • Innoloux panel used to ensure highest level of clarity
  • Black Piano Finish
  • Memory Size: On-board Flash memory 128m
  • Wi-Fi 802.11b/g with Support for WEP encryption
  • MMC/SD/MS/CF 4in1 card slot
  • Views JPEG files
  • External 120V/240V AC Adapter

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Comments


12 Nov 2007 12:43PM
i've tried a couple of wifi frames and the best one i found was.... the estarling wifi one..
The WiFi photo frame is seriously excellent. I just bought the 8 inch model for my wife's Xmas present. The picture quality is pin sharp and the range of display delays is fine. The 800 x 600 resolution is better than most photo frames but it also means that you can resample "multi meg" digital photos to 800 x 600 making them much smaller but still ensuring that they display perfectly on this photo frame. I've loaded more than 1000 resized photos onto a 1G SD card and there is still 800 Mbytes free i.e. space for 4000 more! This gadget comes into its own though when using the WiFi and the RSS feed option. Free photos from dozens of web sites which are updated daily, remarkable. My daughter can email photos from her University digs in France keeping her Mum up to date with events. Excellent.
Take a look

http://www.udiggit.com/acatalog/wiwii.html

http://www.udiggit.com

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