Thursday, October 18, 2007


eStarling Wi-Fi Photo Frame

The eStarling is not your standard 8-inch LCD photo frame as it has a lot more to offer. In addition to displaying photos from a wide range of memory cards it can also connect to a wireless network and automatically display photos from e-mails, RSS etc in a slide show format. You can even send photos back to the web.


  • LCD Display: 8-Inch LCD screen (800 X 600 pixels) with built-in high speed JPEG decoder/rendering engine

  • Communications: Internal 802.11b/g (WEP64, WEP128, WPA1, WPA2)

  • Interface: MMC/SD/CF/MS card slot; USB 2.0 host and client port

  • Memory Size: On-board FLASH memory 128M


  • Photobucket Integration: Millions of users who have stored their photos with Photobucket can send photos directly from their Photobucket accounts to eStarling.

  • Immediate Direct Photo Emailing to Frame: Each frame has its own unique email address so that photos can be received from computers or mobile phones. A built-in email filter protects against unwanted photos. No setup is required for senders to send photos to the frame.

  • Group Frames: Users can set up a single email address that corresponds to multiple frames so that photos can be easily shared and displayed on those frames.

  • RSS Support: The eStarling frame supports all major RSS photo feeds now including Flickr, Picasa, Photobucket, AOL, Smugmug, iPhoto, Gallery, etc. (More coming soon.)

  • Email-to-Frame / Web-to-Frame Messaging: Short messages can be sent directly to eStarling frames from user's Seeframe Live account and allowed email accounts and cell phones.

  • Smart Photo Play List: Users can choose photos to be displayed on an eStarling frame on specified dates, such as displaying selected photos on a user's birthday or anniversary.

  • Email Photos from Frame: A one-touch button allows users to send photos directly from their frames to a Web account and the email accounts of their family and friends.

  • Text Messaging to Frame: Short messages can be sent directly to eStarling frames from a user's Seeframe Live account, or from authorized email accounts and cell phones.

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