Samsung is known to have spread it’s “tale” into the entire electronic market: telecommunication, digital media and more. The latest product under the Samsung brand is the Samsung SPF-83V 8” Digital Photo Frame.
This one has 8 inch and is very customizable. The process of image sliding inside the frame is based on the fact that users can organize and upload individual photos or albums from their PC to Windows Li’ve Spaces and from here, via wireless connection, to the digital frame.
What I like about this frame is that it open standards such as RSS. And, what I don’t like about it, is the fact that Samsung licensed Microsoft technology for this wireless digital photo frame so I’ll be kind of pursued to use Windows Li’ve Spaces.
“Our latest digital photo frames, based on cutting-edge technology from the Microsoft Research labs, are easy to use and are one of the few offerings in the marketplace that offer a ‘network approach to digital photo sharing.” said Christopher Franey, vice president of Commercial Sales and Marketing at Samsung Electronics America.
I could not yet any information on availability and price (nor more specifications except the 8 inch and Microsoft licensing).
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