ThinkGeek: New eStarling WiFi-LCD Frame available now

img eStarling When the first version of the eStarling Wi-Fi enabled photo frame hit the shelves last time earlier the year it sold out almost immediately.

A new version of the eStarling is now available at ThinkGeek with a more stylish look and improved 7″ screen.

The eStarling frame is a standalone Wi-Fi LCD photo frame that connects to a wireless network and automatically displays photos e-mailed to it in a slideshow format. Additionally you can specify an RSS photo feed from Flickr based on your own tagged keywords. You can also shoot photos on your mobile phone and then e-mail them directly to the photo frame for display..


Product Features:
  • Wi-Fi 802.11b with Support for WEP encryption
  • Displays Photos E-Mailed to the Picture Frame
  • Displays Photos from Flickr RSS Feeds
  • Displays Photos on a MMC/SD card
  • 7″ color TFT LCD Display
  • MMC /SD card slot
  • On-board Storage for Approximately 30 photos
  • Views JPEG & BMP files

ThinkGeek sells the eStarling for about USD 250. More information on the gadget can be found on the eStarling website.


Those interested into wireless photo frames might also have a look into the newly introduced MF8104 from Digital Spectrum Inc.

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