Kodak Company has announced to release two wireless digital photo frames namely W820 and W1020. Both the frames feature innovative capabilities such as access to the online content.
The built-in Wi-Fi capability allow frames to be connected to the online photo-sharing sites including Kodak Gallery and Flickr and Internet content manager FrameChannel, a service of Frame Media, Inc. Additionally the Quick Touch Border offers an access to latest news, weather, sports, and more in one touch.
“Kodak continues to introduce strategic alliances to the mix – partnerships that allow consumers to explore a world without boundaries,” said John Blake, general manager Digital Capture and Devices, Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. “Kodak’s relationships with pioneers in photo- and content-sharing make it easier than ever for consumers to share pictures with friends and family.”
Kodak W820 features 8-inch display while the W1020 boasts 10-inch display. Besides, they present images in HD format (16:9 aspect ratio). Internal memory of 512 MB and two convenient memory card slots are some of the other features of the newly announced frames.
Users can customize the frame to match with their décor. Two decorative mattes Cranberry Red and Silver colors in come along with the frame. In addition, the Kodak Digital Frame Faceplates are available in Mahogany with a gold matte, Silver with a blue matte, Black Shadowbox with a champagne matte and Espresso Shadowbox with a black matte.
Kodak W820 and W1020 frames are also equipped with built-in speakers so that users can also listen to the music associated with the memories or give a special dimension to any picture slideshow.
Kodak has not revealed the pricing and availability details of the new wireless digital photo frames.