Friday, 29 January 2010

Vizit Two-Way Touchscreen Photo Frame Gets Official Isabella Productsโ€ Vizit Digital Photo Frame Does Picture Sharing via AT T

What would you like your digital photo frame to be able to do besides
displaying endless slide shows of your favorite photos? Most of the
current digiframe offer more and more extra features and the one that we
re looking at today is also trying to tempt customers with various new
Made by Isabella Products, the Vizit photo frame is a cellular-connected
two way device that will let you connect with friends and family over AT
T s wireless network.
The Vizit will let you send and receive digital photos over the air and
it basically resembles MMS messaging. In order for the whole two-way
feature to work not only do you need a Vizit digiframe at home but your
friends and family will also need to buy one.
The frame offers a more than generous 10.4-inch touchscreen LCD,
GSM/GPRS connectivity, an intuitive touchscreen user interface and
support for MMS, email and Internet sharing sites.
Before you get all too excited about it you ll have to know that the
Vizit will sell for $279.99 at some point early next year. On top of the
already huge price you ll have to pay a monthly fee to AT T in order to
take advantage of the two-way photo sharing features. Then you ll have
to convince your friends and/or family to buy a similar device in order
for you to actually be able to send and receive photos. Does that sound
like something you really want to do?
The alternative is pretty simple. You can get a cheaper digital photo
frame which you can connect to your computer. And you can use your
computer to do all the picture sharing you desire with your friends and
The frame also comes with a account which will let you do
some remote photo management and support for eCommerce sites is on the
way. The photo frame could be used in the future for buying stuff
online. You know, there s a device for that already, a computer, which
can do all the things I mentioned above. But enough about me! What would
you say? Is the Vizit worth buying?
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