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Kodak releases new EasyShare digital photo frames with ‘Quick Touch’ borders

kodak_easyshare_quick_touchKodak today announced three new digital photo frames, each feature a new “Quick Touch” border.

The new “Quick Touch” feature adds buttons to the border of the frame give you easy access to things like printing or deleting a photo, including flipping through photos by sliding your finger across part of the border in what I assume would be a iPhone-like way.

The new M820 and M1020 are multimedia frames that support photos as well as audio and video, have 128MB of built-in memory, and allow you to plug in an SD card or USB flash drive as well.

The M820 has an 8-inch screen and sells for $179.95 while the M1020 has a 10-inch screen and sells for $229.95.

The third model, the P720, has no built-in memory and a smaller 7-inch screen nor does it support audio or video files, but it does have the same “Quick Touch” interface and supports SD cards and USB flash drives and will sell for $119.95.

Look for the new frames to ship on April 16th.

If you’re interested in reading the full press release you can find it here.

[Via Engadget]


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