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Kodak bows low-cost touch photo frame

updated 05:00 pm EDT, Thu August 21, 2008

Kodak P520 Photo Frame

Kodak on Thursday pushed the cost of digital photo frames down slightly courtesy of the EasyShare P520. While small with just a five-inch 4:3 screen, the photo screen has the American camera maker's touch-sensitive border controls for changing settings without dirtying the screen. It also permits swappable borders to match the look of a given home with a less artificial look than some devices.

As with most digital frames, the P520 accepts either SD cards or USB storage as a source of photos and comes with software to help streamline the image loading process. Kodak starts shipping its latest offering in September and will price it at $80.



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  1. Guest

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    misleading "cost"

    It is NOT low-cost, as in cheaper than the competition. It is lower-in-cost than other Kodak picture frames. And while Kodak does have a Mac-specific application, their wireless picture frames really only can use their 'wireless' feature with Windows machines.

    And their 'free' Kodak Gallery service is contingent on your buying overpriced Kodak things directly from Kodak.

    I would NOT recommend buying any Kodak picture frame.

  1. Macola

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    Joined: Mar 2001

    0

    "Kodak bows..."

    bows?

    ??

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