After Sony unveiled its OLED HDTV, we knew that digital picture frames weren't far behind. Kodak just unveiled their brand new 7.6-inch OLED digital picture frame.
It's wafer-thin and wireless. It's got 800 x 480 pixel resolution and should be released by the holiday season. It sports 2 GB of internal storage, integrated audio, a 30,000:1 contrast ratio, a 180-degree viewing angle, and photo service compatibility with Flickr and other web sites. The only problem is that you'll be paying close to $1000 for this new display technology. Still, remember that this is the first one on the market. The prices can only go down from here on out.