Sony S-Frame Digital Photo Frames

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Sony S-Frame Digital Photo FramesSony announced the new S-Frame digital photo frames with a range of options for consumers on any budget.

The Sony S-Frame DPF-XR100 and DPF-VR100 photo frames feature AVCHD video playback capabilities, AVCHD playback via media card, a 10.2-inch high-resolution WSVGA LED backlight LCD screen, 2GB of internal memory, an advanced image processor inside that scales and displays content up to 256 megapixels, stereo audio, a convenient alarm mode and Sweep Panorama playback. The S-Frame DPF-XR100 also features Sony’s exclusive TruBlack technology that reduces reflection and enhances contrast to ensure more natural tones.

The Sony S-Frame DPF-D830 photo frame features a built-in rechargeable battery for for easy portability, a 8-inch high-resolution SVGA LED backlight LCD display, 2GB of internal memory, and convenient features such as slide show variations, an auto orientation sensor, clock and calendar views, and index modes so you can preview several photos at once.

The S-Frame DPF-XR100, DPF-VR100 and DPF-D830 digital photo frames will be available in November for $250, $200 and $150, respectively.

Sony has also introduced eight additional S-Frame models, the DPF-A710 (available in October for $70), DPF-D710 (available in October for $80), DPF-D810 (available in October for $100), DPF-D75 (available now for $100), DPF-D820 (available in October for $120), DPF-D1010 (available in October for $130), DPF-D95 (available now for $140), and DPF-D1020 (available in October for $150) to its line of digital photo frames, completing the range of options for consumers on any budget.

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