The next-generation Ceiva frame will add some neat features such as the ability to print pictures. You'll be able to print them either on a special local printer or remotely through a service that prints the pictures and sends them to you in the mail.
It will also have the ability to play recorded sounds with each picture, a CompactFlash memory slot to display pictures directly from a digital camera, and a small remote to control features such as printing and some of the settings that can only be adjusted via the Web in the current Ceiva frame.
Even with these added features, you'll be able to control the frame via the Web, so the new Ceiva will still be simple enough to give to your technologically challenged loved ones.
For more information, check out the links below.
- How Digital Cameras Work
- Digital Camera Quiz
- How LCDs Work
- How Microprocessors Work
- How Modems Work
- How Operating Systems Work
- How RAM Works
- How ROM Works
- How Scanners Work
- What are the best settings when e-mailing digital pictures to friends, and what settings do I use if I want to print the picture?
- Why are there so many different image formats on the Web?
- What is dye-sublimation printing?
More Great Links
- Imagine Resource Review: Kodak Smart Picture Frame
- Semper Aptus Review: Ceiva Digital Picture Frame
- ABCNews.com: Review: Digital Picture Frames
- Ceiva: The World's First Internet-connected Digital Picture Frame
- The Photo Wallet by VideoChip
- ShortCourses: Displaying Pictures in Digital Picture Frames
- Digi-Frame Inc. - Digital Picture Frames
- CED Magazine: Defining the Internet appliance
- Business 2.0: The Future in a Picture Frame