Friday, September 19, 2008
Kodak launch 'non-budget' digital photo frame
Gizmodo reports: [edited]
While OLEDs are still too small to be used as full fledged television sets, there's one job where the high-resolution, vividly colored screens function incomparably — as high-end digital picture frames.
Kodak's new ultra-thin 7.6-inch OLED Wireless panel boasts a 16:9 aspect ratio, 800x480 resolution, and a white to black contrast ratio of 30,000:1.
The panel comes with 2GB of built-in internal memory, but includes an additional built-in memory card reader and a USB port. The panel can also link up to internet content from Kodak Gallery, Flickr and FrameChannel.