Toshiba on Monday introduces new lines of Digital Media Frames, not just a photo frame; it supports audio and video as well.
Its feature-packed Toshiba’s FrameChannel technology and Wi-Fi connectivity that enables people to access on social networking website such as Photobucket, Facebook, Flickr and many more.
Through Toshiba's partnership with FrameChannel(R), our new Digital Media Frames allow the user to not only display and share photos, but also customize their frame with personalized digital content, all in one sleek package. said Jodi Sally, Vice President of Marketing, Digital A/V Group.
It also supports audio and video streaming from a home network. It can personalize weather, traffic reports, sports and Picasa support, an illuminated touch-sensitive controls and calendar, clock widgets for the homescreen and Portrait and landscape orientations are supported, with auto-rotation.
The new line of Digital Media frames will be available on August, the 8-inch frame with in a black and white color option cost $179.99 and the 10-inch black frame cost $229.99.