09. 18. 2008
Kodak unveils the world’s first OLED digital photo frame
Ultra-chic would be an underestimation for the new digital picture frame that has just been announced by Kodak at the ongoing photographic and imaging trade fair, Photokina 2008.
The Kodak frame is the first digital picture frame of its kind to use the OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology to produce stunningly exceptional picture quality. This extremely slim frame has a 7.6-inch digital panel with a resolution of 800x400 and an extensive 180-degrees viewing angle. Yep, it is wireless too and can store up to 10,000 images on its 2GB internal memory. And make that images with extraordinary crispness, color and depth which you will be eager to show off on your centerpiece.
Expect to indulge yourself sometime during Christmas 2008 at a rather immoderate $999.
Via Pocket Lint.