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Aluratek unveils Mac-savvy digital frames

updated 04:00 pm EST, Tue November 20, 2007

Aluratek digital frames

Aluratek recently unveiled a new lineup of digital picture frames, and announced that they are fully compatible with Mac OS 10.4. Included in this release are the 10.5-inch ADMPF110 and 210 ($180), the 11-inch ADMPF311F($200), the 12-inch ADMPF312F($230), and the 15-inch ADMPF315F($300). The picture frames feature a high resolution TFT true color LCD screen, a wooden frame, and built in speakers, which allow users to listen to MP3 or WMA music files, view videos, or set up presentations with background music. The frames accept connections from digital cameras, USB flash drives, memory cards or a direct computer connection, and support drag-and-drop functionality. Aluratek's frames can be mounted on a wall or displayed on a surface using the included stand, and they come with a kit containing a remote, USB 2.0 cable, power adapter, and instructions.


CW from left: ADMPF110, ADMPF311F, ADMPF315F



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  1. Guest

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    by Mac-savvy

    they mean, looks like a standard USB HD when connected to the Mac. If they truly wanted to be Mac-savvy, they could have some kind of real syncing software between the Picture Frame and iPhoto

  1. Guest

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    by Mac-savvy

    they mean, looks like a standard USB HD when connected to the Mac. If they truly wanted to be Mac-savvy, they could have some kind of real syncing software between the Picture Frame and iPhoto

  1. mullum

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    zackerly

    i 2nd that emotion

  1. macslut

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    Shame it aint Mac savvy

    It's too bad that it's not Mac savvy. It would be cool if someone had picture frames that synched with a Mac via iTunes/iPhoto or at least had software on the Mac that synched in some way. Likewise it would be cool if it played Mac default formats such as AAC and H.264.

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