Now you can use WiFi and email to almost effortlessly add photos to a digital picture frame. The Kodak Pulse frame has its own email address; you email pictures to the frame and they’re automatically added to the frame’s library. Kodak says you can store up to 4000 images in the 512 MB of internal memory. The frame can connect to Facebook and the Kodak Gallery sites, so you’ll see new pictures as friends and family post them. You can also add pictures from a USB drive or from memory cards. The Pulse has a 7″ screen with 800 X 600 display resolution. The Kodak Pulse works with Windows or Mac computers, and it’s compatible with 802.11 b/g or b/g/n routers. The Pulse digital frame is $119.95 from Kodak.
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