Parrot introduces its Bluetooth photo frame

Parrot introduces its Bluetooth photo frame

Parrot has introduced the new addition to its lineup of Bluetooth devices - the Photo Viewer. The new device is a wireless Bluetooth-enabled photo frame that allows users to display and share photos, taken with their cameraphones. The Photo Viewer has an easy-to-use interface. All, the users have to do is synchronize the device with their Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone, select the picture they want to display and send it to the Photo Viewer via Bluetooth. The device automatically selects a portrait or landscape mode and if the frame's position is changed it will automatically resize and rotate the photo displayed. The Parrot Photo Viewer is equipped with a sensor, which switches off the frame at night or when the light level drops. The main features of the Photo Viewer are:

  • 3.5-inch 262 k color TFT display
  • Bluetooth 1.2 (FTP, OPP and BIP profiles)
  • 32 MB internal memory (stores more than 100 photos)
  • JPEG images from 700k to 7m pixels accepted
  • Portrait or landscape position sensor
  • Automatic image resizing
  • Fixed and slideshow display functions 

Parrot introduces its Bluetooth photo frame
Parrot introduces its Bluetooth photo frame
Parrot introduces its Bluetooth photo frame

 

The Parrot Photo Viewer, which can be either free-standing or wall-mounted, is compatible with all brands of Bluetooth-enabled cameraphones. It will be available in both white-leaded oak and leather, and is expected in Q2 2006.

 

 

Source: Parrot

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