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PhotoVu's 19-inch widescreen digital picture frame

"Boy your kids are ugly" is something that no one wants to hear when looking at family photos, but if you decide to purchase the PhotoVu PV1965w 19-inch widescreen digital picture frame, you'd better brace yourself for that possibility, because this thing is kind of big. The WiFi enabled frame, which the company claims is the "first" of its kind (we assume they mean widescreen), features a 16:10, 1440 x 900 LCD screen, 802.11b, and USB connectivity (for adding flash or external hard drives). Sure, the $1,199 price tag is roughly seven-times the cost of a similarly sized cheapo LCD monitor, but can you really put a price on your memories? Yes, you can, and that price is $1,199.