Digital Photo Frames seem to be all the rage these days, but their design is far too similar. It was about time somebody put some sort of different twist on the construction.
This is what Kenko did when they created the KDF-07, a digital photo frame that allows the user to hide the remote. When I say “hide the remote”, this has nothing to do with a practical joke or any kind of sexual innuendo.
You see, the KDF-07 has a little pocket that slides out of the seven inch frame to hold the remote, and then retracts when not in use. Considering that most Digital Photo Frames have a superfluous remote that does nothing but get lost, it is about time someone designed something such as this.
Another useful feature of this frame is its ability to read various memory cards including SD cards, MMC cards, Memory stick and CF cards. As for file formats, it supports JPEG, MP3, AVI, and various MPEG formats. The Kendo KDF-07 can also be connected to the PC via USB for photo and music file format transfers.
The Kenko KDF-07 is available in silver, black matte, and wood grain finishes for about $160.