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The eStarling WiFi photo frame does Flickr

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We've never really gone gaga over LCD picture frames, and even WiFi versions do little to excite, but now that the 5.6-inch, WiFi enabled eStarling has gone all Web 2.0 on us and thrown down the Flickr RSS photo feed support, we might have to give the category another look over. The frame goes for $250 and accepts feeds from whatever Flickr tag you mind to set it up with, along with support for a POP inbox to receive pictures in that manner. The device holds around 30 pics which it rotates through on the display, and you can add memory via SD if you wish.

[Via TRFJ]

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