While most households have already moved towards a digital photo album, the majority still archives those photos on a hard drive somewhere without a physical album to look at. Digital photo frames offer a temporary solution, and the iRiver Siren digital photo frame is the latest device of its kind to join the fray. Looking more like a classic photo frame than anything else, the Siren is made of mahogany and comes with a 5.6″ QVGA LCD display at 320 x 240 resolution. It is compatible with SD, MMC, Memory Stick, and CF cards just in case the 512MB internal memory is filled to the brim. The Siren DF150 will be released in Japan early next month for approximately $125 a pop. Have you made the digital photo frame jump yet?
Source: Far East Gizmos