D-Link is betting you’ll want to manage your next digital picture frame through the Internet and has arrived at CES with the D-Link Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210). It is priced at around $250.
The D-Link Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210) looks like any standard digital picture frame with a high resolution 10-inch LCD display. It has built-in wired and wireless adapters which connect over a home network to a special Web site. On this site you can organize photos online for display as well as remotely stream content such as weather, news, trivia and more using popular Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds. Photos can also loaded onto the frame via a “widget” application which exists on your desktop computer.
Features of the DSM-210 include a 16:9 screen, an interchangeable black or white frame, slots for USB and common memory cards and a rechargeable battery. D-Link’s new digital picture frame should show up in retail sometime in the next few months.