September 10, 2008
Sony Ericsson debuts first digital photo frame- The IDP-100
The IDP-100 from Sony Ericsson takes pride in being the company’s first digital photo frame. It is touted to be the ideal accessory to your Sony Ericsson Cyber-Shot phone. Syncing and loading pictures from your Cyber-Shot or regular cameras can be done in a jiffy via Bluetooth, USB flash memory, M2 card, micro SD, SD or MS Duo. Sporting a gray and dark finish, the 7″ photo frame displays your pics in either landscape or portrait mode. You even have the option of placing it on your desk or mounting it on the wall. Navigating the menu via touch sensitive controls, allows you to view the slideshow options and pick your personal preference.
The Digital Image Correction (DIC), in the IDP-100 automatically adjusts your images for color correction, tone enhancement and even edge enhancement. It will be available in selected markets in next quarter in dark gray.
Sony Ericsson IDP-100 At a glance
Size: 7″ LCD screen
Aspect ratio: 4:3 or 16:9
Viewing angle: 140º (H)/140º (V)
Lifetime: to 50 per cent brightness: 10,000hr
Panel resolution: 800 x 480 (WVGA)
Pixel density: 0.1905 (H) x 0.1905 (V)
Contrast ratio: 400:1
Connectivity: USB 2.0
Built in memory capacity: 128MB
Weight: 320g for media product without stand
Compatibility: All phones featuring M2 card, micro SD, SD and MS Duo, USB interface or Bluetooth.