But only if you have a spare u00a3700
Kodak is claiming a world first with a new digital photo frame built using OLED technology.
Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) tech delivers high contrast ratios, and the new frame is claimed to offer 30,000:1 ratio with 800×480 pixel images.
The 7.6 inch model, which was originally unveiled at IFA in Berlin in October, also offers Wi-Fi capabilities. This means that you can connect up to Flickr and also Kodak’s own photo sharing site to download images. You can also wirelessly transfer pics from your computer, but only if you own a PC and not a Mac.
Also features worth a mention are the audio in and out, so you can put tunes to your pictures and the touch sensitive controls.
But all of this comes at a price with the frame costing a whooping £699.99 or $1000.
This isn’t the first time that Kodak has claimed a first with OLED technology. Way back in 2003, the company launched the world’s first digital compact camera with an OLED screen – the EasyShare LS633 zoom.