Digital photo frames can be such a pain. I know because I watched my parents struggle with theirs for hours just to add new pictures to it. Now I wish I’d bought them the Motorola LS1000W, an Internet-ready photo frame recently launched by Motorola.
The Motorola LS1000W lets you send images directly to it by email, meaning you don’t have to mess with memory cards or connecting it to a PC (which is ideal when you have your digital frame mounted to a wall like my parents have). It also features an Internet radio and can support RSS feeds like the weather, news, or sports.
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