Eco-friendly, ultra-thin, and photo-quality images, and it's wireless too!

Eco-friendly, ultra-thin, and photo-quality images, and it's wireless too!

 

 

So, there’s been a biut of a buzz about OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes), but what exactly can they be used for?  Lots of things.  OLED are basically a printed circuit, and are literally printed onto a surface.  This makes OLED excellent for things like rope lights, or curved projection surfaces.  Ultra thin digital TVs and computer monitors, any application that has traditionally uses LEDs, and Photo frames.  The frame has 2GB oof built-in storage capacity, and is able to read memory cards in addition to the built-in wireless adapter.

Kodak Eastman Company has unveiled a wireless photo frame that uses OLED technology.  The wireless frame will be able to acess photos, video, and music on computers located anywhere on the local wireless network.  The 7.6 inch frame, through the remarkable clarity of OLED, can display photo quality images.  

Kodak is a worldwide market and technology leader in digital picture frames, and OLED technology was created by Kodak, making us uniquely positioned to bring the benefits of OLED to consumers,” says Pete Jameson, general manager, Digital Devices Group, Eastman Kodak Company. “We’re tremendously proud to introduce this exciting new picture frame.

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