The MemoryFrame MF-8104 Premium from Digital Spectrum is a 10.4-inch digital picture frame that might just finally be pushing all the right buttons. With its built-in Wi-Fi, it lets you communicate with your home network, letting you snag pictures from photo sharing sites such as Flickr, Windows Live Spaces and Webshots without shelling out for a paid subscription service. Plus, it can play a variety of sound and video files, and includes a remote control.
Hey, this is looking good! Are there any drawbacks?
The only drawback we can see so far is its steep $350 price. But it looks like its 800×600 resolution is enough to get the job done, and it’s just the right size to accommodate standard 8×10 picture frames, giving you the option of enclosing it in your choice of off-the-shelf frames can get anywhere. That’s a good idea.
The feature set looks right and the frame is now shipping; now we just need to try it out and see how it looks. It certainly can’t be any worse than that dreadful eStarling digital picture frame we just finished reviewing.
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