Hot or Not? Sony Unveils Digital Frame with a Built-in Printer

Hot or Not? Sony Unveils Digital Frame with a Built-in Printer

Sonia Zjawinski
Oct 22, 2009
Hmm... We like it when tech is bundled together, but we're not sure if this is really necessary. Well, actually, we just still aren't convinced digital photo frames are necessary, let alone one with a built-in printer. Nonetheless, the scoop after the jump...

The S-Frame (model DPP-F700) has a 7-inch digital screen for viewing photos, but behind the frame is a small printer that can print 4 x 6-inch photos in 45 seconds.You can use the LCD screen to edit --enlarge, reduce, crop, brightness, contrast, hue, and sharpness adjustment -- images before putting them to paper.

One gig of internal storage lets you store up to 2,000 photos. Transfer images via the USB input from your PC, as well as support for most memory cards. The Auto Orientation sensor automatically rotates photos depending on how you have the frame situated -- vertically or horizontally.

The DPP-F700 comes out in January and will retail at $200.

(Image: Sony Electronics)

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