In difference to other digital picture frames it comes with integrated wireless and web functionality that allows the MF8104 to be integrated into home networks or contact the Internet directly.
It can be desktop or wall mounted and features a 10.4 inch / 800×600 display. With its build-in WLAN adapter the frame can display images directly from photo sharing sites like Flickr or Windows Live Spaces. It also can read RSS feeds, and play MP3, WMA, MPEG, WMV and streaming audio / video files from the Internet, memory or your home network. Stereo speakers are build-in. Images can be send to printers wireless and a remote control is included as well.
The device is compatible with Windows Vista and Windows XP Home/Pro. The MF8104 is expected to be available during January 2007 for about USD 380.
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