October 15, 2007 by Rachel Cericola
We said we wanted to relive vacation memories. PhotoVu took that statement very seriously.
They have unleashed a very large, very lifelike 22-inch digital photo frame. That’s larger than I need to see any of my relatives, without actually having to serve hors d’oeuvres.
Born Rich says that the 16080 x 1050 LCD also includes Wi-Fi support and the ability to share photos over the web. Other features include 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 300cd/m2 brightness, and the ability to produce 16 million colors. Also, built-in software allows the frame to play nice with Apple iPhoto, Google Picasa, and RSS Feeds, in case you get sick of looking at your in-laws.
Of course, you add the pictures; to complete the customization circle, PhotoVu also allows you to pick the frame and mat.
As with all electronics, livin’ large does not come cheap; 22 inches of memories will run you $1,299.
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