The SilverFrame has a 10.1 inch display that sports a 1024 x 576 resolution. Since it has WiFi b/g/n connectivity and Bluetooth 2.0, the user has many ways to download photos to this frame from such programs as Picasa, Photobucket, Facebook, and Windows Live.
Pictures can also be put in via USB port, multiformat memory card slot, and micro-USB port. Since it runs Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R2, the user can easily set up a slideshow with Windows SideShow and Live FrameIt. It can also play video, music, show e-mails, and sync with the user’s calendar. Nice. Very nice!
The ADPF also has a Freescale processor with 512MB of RAM and 1 GB of Flash memory. It also has an infrared remote, twin 1.5 speakers, plus a rotation sensor. That means you can rotate your frame, and it will sense what direction the pictures are and automatically make the adjustment.
Yes, I know it looks nice, but I don’t have any word on price or availability. I’m a little concerned that it will be a little too much for the average consumer. This is not your cheaply made digital photo frame, after all.