Thanks to high quality cameras making their way into our smartphones and tablets these days, the number of photos taken on a daily basis has increased, and this has pretty much left us with a ton of photos but no place to display them in the real world, unlike the past where select photos were printed and framed. Granted we could print out our digital photos and frame them, but what if we have too many to choose from? Well that’s where digital photo frames come in handy, and if you’re looking for a frame that marries style and functionality, perhaps the DIA Parrot Digital Photo Frame might be worth checking out.
Developed in collaboration with nodesign, the Parrot digital photo frame is one that is of a rather sleek and minimal look, resembling a light box and sports a 10.4” display, tactile buttons, a trackball, a variety of connectivity options such as USB, SD card, WiFi and Bluetooth, allowing the user to transfer their photos into the frame from a variety of devices, i.e. smartphone, tablet, computer, etc. Unfortunately digital photo frames tend to be pricey, and the Parrot digital photo frame is no exception and will easily set you back £459.99 (~$728). [Product page]
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