For 400 big ones, you can get an AVLabs 8-inch screen with 4GB of storage to share your photos. Or you could spend a bit more and get a smartphone.
And why wouldn’t they? As a concept, it’s pretty sound. Android is relatively cheap—cheaper than making your own OS—relatively stable, and fairly full featured with proper support for everything you’d want to do (including internet + touch). Makes sense for us. [Tech On]
Sony’s pile of new photo frames is topped by the 10-inch V1000 and X1000, which have supposedly 15x sharper contrast and are 13 percent than last year’s models, for that superduper better-than-reality look.