Digital photo frames have been doing quite a bit more than simply displaying photos for some time now, but it looks like AgfaPhoto's new WiFi-equipped, 8-inch AF5080W model could be among the most versatile yet, especially among those with a penchant for making their "improvements." Leading the way in that respect is the frame's Linux roots, along with the Freescale i.MX31 system-on-chip that device is built around. Of course, even if you're not interested in the tweaking possibilities, you'll still be able to get plenty done with the frame right out of the box, including playback of various video formats (including H.264 AVI), and playback of MP3 and WMA audio files -- and photos, naturally. No word on a price, but you can apparently look for this one to hit Europe before it makes its way over here.
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