IDP-100 is Sony Ericsson’s First Digital Photo Frame
by Mark R
We’ve reported on several digital photo frames in the past, but this is the first time we covered one made by Sony Ericsson. This is only because the IDP-100 digital photo frame is the first one from the famed telecommunications company.
The user can download all their images to the IDP-100 via Bluetooth, USB flash memory, as well as memory cards like M2 card, micro SD, SD or MS Duo. This seven inch frame can display your photos in a landscape are portrait format with a very high image quality.
The IDP-100 can display up to 500 still images in a variety of options. The whole thing has a touchscreen interface that is very similar to the menu screens of most Portable Media Players.
In addition to displaying your images, it can also improve upon them. The Digital Image Correction (DIC) program includes adjusting images for color correction, tone enhancement, and even edge enhancement. The IDP-100 also has an auto-flip quality, so you don’t have to reformat the vertical pictures for the frame.
Sony Ericsson that the IDP-100 will work perfectly with the C905 Cyber-shot phone which has an 8.1 megapixel camera. There is no information about how much the frame will cost, but it should be out in the fourth quarter of 2008.