Smartparts WiFi Enabled Digital Picture Frames with Integration of Windows Live Photo Gallery
Among the SPX8WF's most notable features is its complimentary photo email capability, enabling users to automatically receive photos on their frame from friends and family. Each frame is pre-assigned its own unique email address which is hosted on Smartparts servers. Smartparts provides enhanced email security as well as its patented image correction technology, which automatically resizes, enhances and intelligently crops photos to maximize appearance and storage capacity on the frame.
Smartparts recently became a certified Microsoft partner and the new SPX8WF
is one of the first Smartparts frames to integrate with Windows Live Photo Gallery.
Microsoft's Windows Live Photo Gallery application makes it easy for consumers
to share and view photos online or directly on their wireless SPX8WF digital
The SPX8WF's best-in-class, 802.11 b/g built-in WiFi connectivity is easy-to-use thanks to a one-touch WPS push button setup. Once connected, users can actually manage the images on the frame wirelessly from their computer. For added peace of mind, the SPX8WF is power outage proof should it unexpectedly lose power which was not the case with its predecessors.
The SPX8WF also features many options which provide ease-of-use, easy photo management and the best photo quality. With this in mind, the SPX8WF supports SD, MS, xD, MMC and Compact Flash memory cards, and offers a USB port and 512MB of internal memory. Furthermore, Smartparts' new and improved embedded firmware helps users effortlessly transfer their images directly onto the SPX8WF frame. All the user has to do is insert a memory card into the assigned slot and the frame does the rest, including image enhancement and resizing to match the resolution the LCD screen, giving users the ability to store over 5,000 photos directly on the SPX8WF.
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