You now can buy picture frames that are loaded with digital technology to allow you to download, store and display a whole series of family pictures.
Technology writer Walt Mossberg explained some of the options on The Saturday Early Show.
Here's more information on the products he covered:
Ceiva by Ceiva Logic
This is an Internet connected digital picture frame that allows you to share digital photos without a PC. Anyone can send photos that have been posted to the Ceiva Web site down to your frame. It can display up to 10 photos.
Price: $249.00 plus $2.99 monthly fee to download the photos from the Internet.
CyberFrame by Sony
This digital picture frame requires a digital camera that uses the Sony Memory Stick removable storage media card. Once photos have been saved onto the Memory Stick from the camera, the Memory Stick is then inserted into the frame and the photos appear.
Price: $899 plus the cost of the Memory Stick
StoryBox Frame by Weave Innovations
(Available in early summer.) It's an Internet connected digital picture frame that can hold 36 or more photos that can be sent from your StoryBox Network account or from other photo service Web sites.
Price: Suggested retail price will be $299 plus a subscription fee ranging from $2.99 to $9.99 depending upon service level.
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