Parrot Debuts DIA, The First Drool-Worthy Digital Photo Frame
The frame itself is simple and white, with the only hints of its digital nature being the recessed controls at the top and the SD card slot and USB ports on the side. While you can certainly load photos on the DIA using the USB or SD ports, you can also send photos to the frame wirelessly over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. (There's even an app for sending images to it from your iPhone.) Of course, no digital photo frame would be complete without a few extras, and the DIA delivers a number of preinstalled apps: You can explore the Earth and relive vacations via Google Maps (Holidays), view 19th century woodcuts and illustrations (Cabinet of Curiosities) and check the news and weather (FrameChannel). The Parrot DIA will go on sale in February for an undisclosed price, but considering Parrot's other designer digital photo frames start at a stunning $450, we wouldn't expect it to be cheap.