Digital picture frames are great. Â They let you take all of those digital pictures and show them off to family and friends. Â Problem is, many of us throw 30 or 40 pictures on the frame when we first get it and never update them. Â It’s just too much trouble to load up a new memory card and pop it into the frame. Â Kodak wants to change that.
The Kodak Pulse digital picture frame adds Wi-Fi to the equation. It still has SD, Compact Flash and USB plugs on the side like most digital frames but it also has Wi-Fi, which makes adding pictures so much easier. When you first power up the frame you’ll have to connect it to a Wi-Fi network
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