Parrot, a maker of Bluetooth accessories, unveiled today at the CTIA trade show a new digital picture frame which can receive photos transferred from a Bluetooth enabled digital camera phone. The new Parrot Photo Viewer is priced at $279.
The Parrot Photo Viewer, said its maker, features a high resolution LCD screen and 32MB of internal storage to store around 100 photos taken on a Bluetooth enabled cell phone. The picture is converted to the size of the screen after being transferred and the digital picture frame automatically selects portrait or landscape display mode depending upon its physical vertical or horizontal position.
Other features of the Parrot Photo Viewer include availability in several colors of leather as well as bleached oak, support of Bluetooth 1.2, a light sensor and a digital image display size of 2.75â€ x 2â€.
â€œWithin seconds of taking a photo, you can enjoy a high- resolution picture on the Parrot Photo Viewer,â€ said Edward Valdez, president and chief operating officer of Parrot, Inc, in a statement. â€œThis is the â€˜world’s first’ use of Bluetooth technology paired with a stylish digital picture frame.â€
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