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Kodak Pulse picture frame

Ilse Jurrien
CES report
Tuesday 4th, January 2011
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

Report CES 2011 Show - Kodak announced the next generation of its Kodak Pulse Digital Picture Frame. The popular wireless picture frame from Kodak with its own e-mail address now has an extra shot of social - allowing you to comment on the pictures you receive from friends and family the moment you receive them. A Quick Comment button on the touchscreen lets you communicate back to the picture sender directly from the frame and includes options like Such a Kodak Moment, LOL!, OMG!, Congrats! and Wish I were there! The Kodak Pulse Digital Frame will be available in 7-inch for U.S. $129.95 and 10-inch for U.S. $199.95 in spring 2011 at major retailers.

Kodak Pulse picture frame

Kodak Pulse Wi-Fi enabled picture frame
With the Wi-Fi enabled Kodak Pulse Digital Frame, you can create a custom email address to easily receive new pictures wirelessly from mobile phones, smartphones and any device with e-mail capability. The Kodak Pulse picture frame also connects to Facebook and Kodak Gallery albums so pictures are streamed to your frame automatically. In addition, you can now create playlists to choose the pictures you want to see the most. Available in 7-inch and 10-inch sizes, the Kodak Pulse Digital Frame also has a new built-in activity sensor that turns the frame on when you’re nearby and conserves power when you’re not.

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Kodak Pulse picture frame

Kodak Pulse features
• Custom email address to easily receive pictures
• Connect to pictures on Facebook and Kodak Gallery accounts
• Full touchscreen in 7-inch or 10-inch high-quality display
• Kodak picture frame featuring Kodak Color Science and LED backlighting
• Quick Comment button lets you communicate back to picture senders directly
• Built-in activity sensor and Energy Star qualified
• Easy setup - no software to install
• Create a playlist of your favorite pictures
• Rotate photos on the screen with just a touch
• Store up to 4000 pictures with 512 MB of internal memory

Kodak Pulse picture frame

Kodak Pulse picture frame
“It’s now even more fun to share pictures using your Kodak Pulse Digital Picture Frame with new features like Quick Comment that give you a two-way connection to family and friends. Now, you can let your friends know what you think of the pictures they send you right away from your frame,” said Phil Scott, Vice President of Marketing, Digital Capture and Devices, Kodak. “With the enhanced sharing and social networking features of the Kodak Pulse Frame, Kodak is making it simple and fun to stay connected and celebrate and relive life’s moments.”

Kodak Pulse picture frame

Kodak Pulse Wi-Fi enabled picture frame at CES 2011
The International Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) recognized the new Kodak Pulse Picture Frame as a winner of the Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Award in the Eco-Design and Sustainable Technology category for its energy efficient features including the activity sensor, Energy Star and LED backlighting. The first generation Kodak Pulse Picture Frame was also recognized as an Innovations Award winner in the Digital Imaging category.

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