Kodak rolls out not another digital camera, but the Pulse digital photo frame which has yet to be formally introduced. The Pulse will boast a 8″ touchscreen color display at 800 x 600 resolution, where you get a 4:3 aspect ratio as well as 512MB of internal memory. Expect the Pulse to handle all the usual memory card formats including SD, SDHC, MMC, xD and the Memory Stick/Memory Stick PRO Duo flash family. Should you prefer to tote additional photos on a USB flash drive, that isn’t a problem for the Kodak Pulse since it also comes with a USB port for that purpose. With built-in Wi-Fi like any other decent digital photo frame these days, the Kodak Pulse can connect to your home network for you to send digital photos over in a jiffy. No word on its official release, but we’re looking towards CES 2010 for an official announcement.