Taking photo sharing to new heights, Toshiba's new Digital Media Frames deliver real-time information through its partnership with FrameChannel, such as personalized weather, traffic, and sports scores as well as music and video to any room in the connected home.
The new Digital Media Frame models not only displays photos but also makes it possible for users to automatically share memories with friends and family anywhere in the world thanks to FrameChannel. Simply set up a FrameChannel account and upload images or link favorite photos, music and videos from popular sites like Flickr, Photobucket, and Facebook. Friends and family can stay updated with new photos when their frames are connected to the account.
The channels available through Toshibas FrameChannel partnership can be customized to an individuals passions. Currently there are over 1000 free channels to choose from in 19 categories with selections like People.com, Mens Tennis, 3-Day Forecast, Stock Quotes and Facebook, to name a few. Users can subscribe to their favorite channels and their Toshiba Digital Media Frame will automatically update with real-time information.
The Digital Media Frames offer high-resolution screens and a tilt senor automatically adjusts to view photos in portrait or landscape formats when the frame is turned on. The home screens boast touch sensitive controls that light up when pressed. Home screens are customizable with a calendar, clock and streamed online feature channels.
Toshiba's Digital Media Frames come in two sizes ? 8-inch frames available in black (DMF82XKU) or white (DMF82XWU) with an acrylic front finish and reflective trim and black 10-inch frames (DMF102XKU) offering a striking faceplate design and a slim profile.
Pricing and Availability:
White 8-inch Frame, DMF82XWU (available August 2009, MSRP $179.99)
Black 8-inch Frame, DMF82XKU (available August 2009, MSRP $179.99)
Black 10-inch Frame, DMF102XKU (available August 2009, MSRP $229.99)