We're not ones to get overly sentimental about photos, but the Album2 would love to get us started. The device hinges on a stupid simple control scheme of three buttons, no touchscreen nonsense here, and can sort through photos, movies and music -- though it's clearly centered around the first of those three. There's WiFi for pulling in YouTube and Picasa media, and... well, actually, that's just about it. The screen is great, there's a leather protective cover that flips around as a stand, and the back of the device is beautifully adorned with some raised braille-style dots spelling "album." When it ships, hopefully sometime this year, Album2 will retail for $199. Check out a video of it in action after the break. %Gallery-82178%
Album2 is the non-touchscreen photo album tablet you've always been waiting for
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