CES 2010: Kodak Introduces The All new KODAK PULSE Digital Frame

The Consumer Electronics Show 2010 (CES) is perhaps the best place to go, if you are curious about the latest breakthroughs in the field of digital imaging and keeping this trend alive, Kodak has introduced an all new digital photo frame called, KODAK PULSE Digital Frame. This all new device has been provided with wifi connectivity and the PULSE digital frame also comes with a personal email address, where the users can send their images from various sources such as computers, social networks, Kodak Gallery Sites and mobile devices with e-mail features.

In the spirit of social networking, Kodak has embedded a unique feature in the PULSE digital frame, with which users can now send their images directly from their computers and mobile devices to the photo frame, which then lets the users share the images on Facebook and Kodak Gallery Sites. Furthermore, this incredible device automatically refreshes the in-stored albums and every time new images are added. The PULSE Digital Frame comes with an highly interactive touchscreen display and is extremely easy to use, without the installation of any complicated software.

The all new Kodak PULSE digital frame comes with an in built 512MB of storage capacity that allows for upto 4.000 images to be stored in the device. With the 7-inch high-quality display, spilling out 800 x 600 pixels, the device depicts a perfect balance for color and quality of the images stored. This latest addition from Kodak will be available for retail from April 2010 at a price of $129.99, though, eager users can log on to Amazon.com and pre-order their Kodak PULSE Digital Frame.

Via I4U.