Vizit two-way digital photo frame
The Vizit digital photo frame, seen here, is made by a small start-up from New England that few people have likely ever heard of: Isabella. But AT&T liked what it saw and partnered with the company to enable the wireless networking that allows photos to be sent from a computer or phone to this frame. They call it a two-way photo frame, and it's always connected to AT&T's cellular network, no contract with the carrier itself is required, similar to the Plastic Logic e-reader. The frame has a touch-screen interface, and the photos that show up on it can be managed through vizitme.com, so anyone who knows the password can add photos to the frame. It will be available next year for $279.
November 5, 2009 5:12 PM PST
Photo by: James Martin/CNET
| Caption by: Erica Ogg, James Martin
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