If you're the sort who laughs at those DSLR
-lugging amateurs, deriding their attempts to stay current as the megapixel wars rage on, this may be the digital photo frame for you. It's called the DF24B from Kairen
, and is the perfect way to show off those crummy, pixelated shots accumulating on your flip-phone with its vertically-oriented (like most mobile pics) 2.4-inch, 320 x 240 LCD and 2MB of internal storage. Yes, that's mega
bytes, enough to store 27 thoroughly compressed images according to the manufacturer. Why it has any storage at all is a bit of a mystery, though, since the thing requires a USB connection for power, meaning it might as well just suck those photos straight from your hard drive (unless you're rocking a dedicated USB charger
). No formal price has been set, but it's expected to release this month for around ¥6,800, or about $75. That puts it about $5 shy of MIMO's 7-inch mini-display
, which is a much smarter buy -- unless you're afraid to blow those pics up any larger.