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Intouch shows IT7150 wireless Internet photo frame

updated 02:25 pm EST, Mon November 23, 2009

Intouch adds 7-inch frame with web radio support

Intouch has released what it calls the first Internet-capable digital photo frame, the 7-inch IT7150. Apart from its ability to playback photos and videos, the frame can connect to Internet radio stations, weather information and social networking sites thanks to its Wi-Fi connection. It also carries an 800x480 resolution and a touchscreen that brings a virtual QWERTY keyboard.

There is a USB connection and a multi-format memory card slot, letting users upload photos directly onto the frame's 128MB of internal memory. Thanks to a partnership with FrameChannel, users can also sync their online photo collections. Either live Internet radio stations can be tuned into or WEB TV content is supported as well; an RSS reader is built-in for news.

Two 1W speakers and a 3.5mm jack provide audio. An integrated rechargeable battery gives the frame 1.5 hours of life. The frame also has an integrated clock, calendar and alarm.

The IT7150 frame is priced at $230.






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  1. nowwhatareyoulookingat

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    stupid stupid stupid

    why do all of these picture frames force you to ONLY use/configure them using the frame itself, using either only the crappy controls on the device itself. Why can't they a) enable users to configure the device remotely, say using a web page accessed from a computer, and b) let you remotely push pictures to the device (also say, by uploading pictures from a computer to the device). It totally sucks to enter information and/or select pictures to copy to the device.

  1. MhzDoesMatter

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    Re: stupid stupid stupid

    This frame actually does B, as it can link directly to the computer for media, as well as accept photo feeds from facebook or flicker.

    As for A, the touch interface makes it far easier to configure the device than anything i've seen.

    Click through the link and watch the videos or product info.

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