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DigitalSpectrum's MF8104Premium: a WiFi digital photo frame for Vista

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What's IP addressable, runs Windows CE 5.0, plays MP3/WMA audio or WMV/MPEG-4 video, brings integrated stereo speakers and 3.5-mm audio jack, 64MB internal storage, Bluetooth, 802.11b/g WiFi with WEP/WPA, and can grab media from CF/SD/XD/MMC/MS memory cards, attached USB devices like your digicam or MP3 player, or streamed over the air from your PC or other UPnP capable device? No, we're not talking 'bout the latest PMP out of Korea, these are the specs for the DigitalSpectrum MF8104Premium digital picture frame. This 10.4-inch, 800x600 pixel TFT LCD frame is available in a variety of colors and styles for mounting on the wall or tabletop to display your family snaps stored in JPG/PNG/BMP/TIFF formats. Oh, and did we mention it ships with a remote control for navigating the embedded HTTP web server and RSS feeds from your fave photo sharing sites like Flikr? Well, it does. Hell, Microsoft's Vista will even autodetect the frame and automatically feed photos from the Vista Pictures folder. Thing is, for $380, you'll wish it did more. Available for pre-order off the biggie consumer electronics websites (hint: Amazon) with shipment expected mid-January.

[Thanks, dpf insider]

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