If there always seems to be something upsetting about your digital photo frame experience (long cords, low-connectivity options, ugly friends), you might want to take a peek at what Pandigital has got going on. The company's new line of frames use a modular system which allows you to add features like Bluetooth, WiFi, or a battery pack at your leisure, and the company's PictBridge technology allows you to print images directly from the frame. Other new features enable you to set an on/off schedule, program a calendar for play at specific times, and use the device as an alarm clock. The frames come in varying sizes, from 15-inches down to 6, but all can utilize the modules to upgrade their functionality, with prices ranging from $120 to $300 for the frames, and between $40 and $50 for the add-ons. No word on how much it will cost to get better looking friends.

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