Kodak introduced the world's first wireless picture frame featuring OLED technology, a Kodak invention that produces exceptionally sharp and vivid image quality.Dale Davies ▼ Sunday September 21, 2008 5:59PM ET
P0760WVLB-T: Great product, ugly name
At the heart of the new Kodak OLED Wireless Frame with ugly name P0760WVLB-T is an ultra-thin, 7.6-inch diagonal digital panel that produces stunning image detail, when viewed from any angle. The viewing experience is further enhanced by Kodak Perfect Touch technology, which automatically processes images to improve exposure, brightness and color, and KODAK Image Science, which optimizes image quality for display on OLED panels.
The OLED Panels deliver CMEL, an OLED specialist wholly owned by LCD panel maker Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO), is expected to start volume production of its 7.6-inch panels in September, with shipments going to Kodak for digital photo frames that are meant to be marketed during the upcoming holiday shopping seasons.
Kodak OLED Wireless Frame has very good colours, rich details and vivid image depth from the high-contrast display. Motion picuture playback is seamless, and you can upload your media files from a digital camera, memory cards, USB drives, or wirelessly from personal computers and the Internet via built-in Wi-Fi capability.
Transfer of pictures from a PC to a KODAK OLED Wireless Frame is possible with the new Kodak Easyshare Digital Display Software. In addition to organizing and editing pictures, this software makes it easy to move favourite pictures, slideshows, videos and music wirelessly from a computer directly onto the frame. Digital Display Software also enables access to exciting Internet content available at KODAK Gallery, and Kodak partners Flickr and FrameChannel.
P0760WVLB-T can store up to 10,000 images on the frame's 2 GB of built-in internal memory (of course, actual storage capacity will vary). All those beautiful pictures you'll enjoy on wide screen display with 16:9 aspect ratio and 800x480 resolution. ■