samsung-72v.jpgSamsung is up to come out with two new Digital Picture Frames by May this year. At the CeBIT both the frames were featured. The digital photo frame with WiFi will have 800 x 480 7-inch screens, and support MP3s and movie files. The SPH-72P uses Wi-Fi to automatically discover and connect with PCs running Microsoft Corp.’s Windows Vista operating system and can display photos stored in Windows Media Player 11. The SPH-72H model does not have Wi-Fi but has a four-in-one memory card reader and a USB port. The SPH-72P can also display JPEG photos downloaded by RSS (Really Simple Syndication) from Web sites.

The Samsung SPH-72P will cost about $305 US and the SPH-72H will be $238 US. This always was quite a geek thing for me.

Comment by Sam Costello

Posted on March 21st, 2007

It’s great to see a major player like Samsung getting into the wireless picture frame space. Very exciting. Still, $300+ for the wifi frame seems pretty steep. Kodak’s 8-inch frame is about $230.

Comment by Hannes

Posted on April 9th, 2007

Who needs wi-fi except of a few technic freaks, who already have a notebook? Such frills are too expansive. Most useres just want a simple picture frame at a cheap price.


Comment by Crocs Fan

Posted on November 17th, 2007

edge just released a 12″ digital picture frame for much less, but without wifi.

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