Samsung is entering the digital picture frame market with a 7-inch, full-featured model that includes both local storage and networking capabilities. The frame has a 800x400 display, 32MB of internal memory, support for SD, CF and USB devices for memory expansion, and built-in Ethernet for networking. Formats supported include JPEG, MP3, and MPEG-4. According to Samsung, the frame -- which will debut in Korea before being rolled out worldwide -- will support internet-based photo sharing, though the company hasn't supplied details about what services will be supported. Unfortunately, the display doesn't currently support WiFi, so all connectivity has to be handled through a wired Ethernet connection.