New Asus digiframe acts as cheap secondary PC display

Digital picture frames have always seemed far too tacky to take seriously — a technology aimed entirely at grandmas — but Asus' new UFOTO UF735 digiframe at least seems marginally innovative. The 7-inch frame sports an 800x480 resolution that can also be used as a secondary PC displays. Also, the usual gaggle of features: USB 2.0 connectivity, headphone jack, 128MB of built-in memory, integrated speakers and a multicard reader for handling JPEG / BMP / GIF / MP3 files. Press Release [ASUS via Engadget]
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2 Responses to New Asus digiframe acts as cheap secondary PC display

  1. cha0tic says:

    Yeah. Probably surplus stock, now that everyone and his dog are bringing out EEE clones (with bigger screens) Look out for the 9″ version this time next year :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    Wait, are these just Eee screens repackaged now they’re producing the bigger 9 inch Eee…

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