In addition to those Bluetooth stereos and speakers Parrot announced at IFA today, the company also trotted out a new Bluetooth-equipped digital photo frame, an area the company has treaded before. Boasting 7-inch screen, this one mixes things up a bit with some built-in sensors that'll keep photos on the level regardless of the frame's orientation, along with another sensor to automatically shut the frame off when its dark. In addition to transferring photos via Bluetooth, you can also make use of the frame's USB port and memory card slot to load it up with pics, with room for 300 or so on the frame itself. As with Parrot's other new gear, this will be available sometime this October, with it set to run €149, or roughly $200.

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