eStarling Digital Photo Frame, now with Facebook

by Mark R

It has been a while since we have written about the eStarling Digital Photo Frame, but they have made some recent advancements that are worth talking about all over again.

The latest 8-inch digital photo frame from eStarling’s is Wi-fi capable, but that really isn’t anything new. What is new is that the frame is made for Facebook support. All a user has to do is provide his or her username and password, and when his or her friends upload their pictures, they will be automatically downloaded directly into the frame with a resolution of 800×600 pixels.

All this will insure that the content on the frame is constantly changing, without having to hook it up to the computer and do the constant downloading and erasing that usually occurs when updating digital picture frames. You can download through a memory card slot that supports MMC, SD, MS, and CF formats.

Another terrific feature is the frame’s ability to allow the user to email the pictures, even when on the move. It even comes with some spam-blocking software in order to prevent the frame from getting email from unauthorized email addresses.

The eStarling Digital Picture frame is available for $450 with a Black Piano Finish.


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Starting the week with a gadget gallery » Coolest Gadgets Says: June 16, 2008 at 12:12 am

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Elliot Says: June 16, 2008 at 1:38 pm

Seriously cool – excellent use of converging technology! ESPECIALLY for a facebook addic like me!

My only query would be, what happens when facebook changes its online photo software or storage etc? Will the frame need a firmware update?


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