Kodak, in debuting new products this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, is showcasing a digital picture frame which is eco-friendly and wireless enabled. It is called the Kodak Pulse and should be available in April for around $130.
The Kodak Pulse, according to Kodak, sports a seven-inch display capable of displaying digital images at 800 x 600 quality. It is equipped with WiFi, letting one wirelessly load it with photos through a computer. It also can be send photos from the popular social service Facebook as well as Kodak’s Galley photo image site. It comes with a touchscreen interface as well.
Key green features of the Pulse include coming with an Energy Star power adapter, programmable on-off settings to control power consumption and a mercury-free display panel. It can store up to 4,000 pictures in its 512 MB of internal memory and can also be emailed photos wirelessly to the frame.