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Samsung Broadens Digital Frame Lineup

9/02/2008 04:31:00 PM Eastern

Irvine, Calif. — Samsung said it would ship four new digital photo frames to dealers this fall, including two Wi-Fi-enabled models.

The company will have a pair of 8-inch and a pair of 10-inch frames. All will use the company’s “Starlight Touch Control” interface.

When connected to a laptop or desktop computer via USB, the frames can double as a monitor thanks to Samsung’s UbiSync feature.

The Wi-Fi frames can share photos via Windows Live Spaces and can connect with Frame Channel’s digital frame content service in addition to RSS feeds from USA Today.

The 8-inch SPF-85H, for $129, features an 800 by 600 resolution screen, 1GB of internal memory, automatic on/off and automatic photo resizing. The 8-inch SPF-85V adds Wi-Fi connectivity, a rechargeable battery and downsizes the internal memory to 65MB. It will retail for $199.

Samsung will ship the 10-inch SPF-105P in October for $199. It offers a 1,024 by 600 resolution screen, a rechargeable battery and 1GB of internal memory.

The SPF-105V (November, $289) adds Wi-Fi, auto image rotation and lowers the internal memory to 64MB.

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