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Digital picture frames are getting more and more advanced every day.
And this digital picture frame, which is the Intouch IT7150,
is probably one of the most advanced digital picture frames I've seen.
It actually comes with built-in Wi-Fi.
So, you can pull your photos straight from your Facebook,
your Flickr, or your Picasa account,
as long as your particular album has an RSS Feed.
Now this picture frame comes with a seven inch, touch screen display,
it's an 800x480 resolution, with a 16x9 wide screen display,
and it's so easy to use.
In fact, as soon as you turn on the digital picture frame,
you have the option to calibrate,
and once I calibrated it, I didn't have a problem at all, going into the menus
was actually really, really easy.
Now you also have access to 800, and yes, you are hearing that right,
Internet TV stations.
OK so you can watch the news on here,
you can watch a bunch of different community stations,
and you have a 19,000 Internet radio and Podcast stations to listen to as well.
In fact, I was listening to music from Argentina the other day,
and I liked the salsa, it was great.
Now you have 128 MG of internal storage, but,
it also takes SD, MS, and MMC, CF, and XD cards, OK?
Or you can load your photos, via a USB flash drive,
so you have a couple different options.
Also, the coolest part or one of the coolest parts is that this digital picture frame
comes with a rechargeable battery, and you're like "what's so great about that?"
Well, OK, most digital picture frames don't come with that option.
And you have the ability to unplug, take your frame,
jump on the couch with friends and family,
and sort through all of your photos. OK?
And speaking of friends and family,
it really makes a great gift.
I mean, especially for grandma and grandpa,
who aren't that tech-savvy,
they can just, you know, pull all of the photos,
straight from your online photo album.
Just, you know make sure you keep a separate account for that.
So, they are grandma and grandpa worthy.
Alright, so let's take a quick tour around this digital picture frame,
and in fact I'm going to start by un-plugging it,
and you can see that even without the power cord,
it still stays on because it has a rechargeable battery.
So again you have your seven inch completely touch screen display.
Then I turn it to the side,
and right here is your card reader for your SD or MMC or MS and your XD cards.
And down below you have your CF card reader,
and actually, not a lot of digital picture frames, come with a CF card reader.
So that's a cool feature.
Up top, right here, you have your mode selection button,
and right below that, you'll see you have your USB port,
so you can just hook up your flash drive,
and load all your photos that way, if you choose.
And turning over to the final side,
you have your on and off switch, your audio out for your headphones,
and your mini USB port, so you can plug into your PC,
and right there, that's your reset button.
Now this stand actually has a couple different levels,
and you can make it lower or higher, very easily,
and let's not forget you have your stereo speakers up front
and so when you're listening to all of your free Internet radio stations,
the sound quality will be great.
So now let's go into all the different menus,
and show you how this digital picture frame works,
and we'll just hit the 'Main Menu' button,
which is those four squares, brings you to the main menu,
and we're going to go into 'Photo.'
And right now you can see how you have the choice
to choose photos that are saved on the frame,
from your memory card, from your home network, or pull them from the web.
And we're going to pull them from the web.
And let's go into Picasa.
And I actually set up my Picasa account.
Which is really easy to do.
You just need your RSS feed, OK so here we go,
just got to click on the folder,
double click actually, OK.
So, there it is. There is my ComputerTV folder,
and I'm going to click on there,
And look, you can see all of my photos,
and we're actually right now, pulling them from the web,
onto the picture frame. OK?
And you can click on any one of these.
There you go.
And it starts the slideshow up.
So that's how easy it is.
But remember you also have the choice to pull photos from
your memory card or your flash drive.
OK so let's get out of here.
And you're going to want to look for the back button,
which is all the way down here,
go back, OK.
And, let's get out of here, let's click the X,
and go back to the Main Menu.
'News,' this is really cool.
OK, so you can go into 'News.' You'll see you have all these RSS feeds,
already set up for you, so you can sort by local,
by 'World News, Entertainment, Tech., Business, Science,'
I mean you have all these different options.
And, you can add your own news RSS feeds on here as well,
so you can see in the middle,
'Gizmodo,' that is one that I added myself.
Oh, there we go.
And by double clicking, there you go,
you can see all of the stories.
And it's real time, too.
OK, so let's get out of here.
Hit, 'about,' there it just refreshed.
There you go, real time.
Let's get out of here and we're back at the main menu,
we're going to go into 'Media.' OK?
And, this is how you have access to your Web TV,
and your Internet radio. OK?
And you'll see right over here the tab, it says 'Web TV / Internet Radio.' OK?
And this is awesome, I really love this.
So you can sort by local stations, by genre, by location,
and let's go and sort by location.
And it's going to load.
And look at this you can listen to music from the Middle East, from Europe,
from really anywhere in the world, and let's just click on 'Central America,' here,
and go into Honduras, OK and even more so,
let's go into, let's go into 'Latin Hits.' OK?
And look, there's a station right there, let's listen to this. OK.
Radio global. It's buffering.
Nice, OK, so we're now, we're actually listening to a real radio station,
in real time, from Honduras. So cool, OK.
So let's go into 'Web TV.' Shall we?
And I'm just going to go up here, I'm just going to X out, of this.
Where'd our Main Menu go?
OK let's go back to our Main Menu,
hit 'Back to Media,'
and let's go into again, 'Web TV / Radio.'
OK, let's go down to 'Web TV.' Right here.
And let's sort by location.
I'm going to go into, 'North America.' Oh no.
Go back. Go back. There we go.
OK, let's try this again.
and I'm going to go into 'Florida,' oh that's Georgia,
here you go 'Florida.'
And I'm going to go to 'All Stations.'
And look at this. WSVN is actually a local news station here in Miami,
and we're going to watch what they are broadcasting right now.
OK I don't know what that is, earlier we were watching the traffic,
OK we're watching the news right now.
Very, very cool.
OK. Let's go back.
So there you have it. You can also listen to Podcasts as well.
So this is media, and let's not forget you can load your MP3's, all your music,
and your video on here as well.
But honestly the coolest part is the Web TV and the Internet Radio.
It's completely free and you don't even need a subscription,
it comes pre-loaded with all of these stations.
OK, alright so we're back at our slide show, let's go into the main menu,
and go into 'Tools.' Now when you're in here,
the typical stuff that comes on digital picture frames.
You have your clock and you have your calendar.
OK, so there you have it, this is the seven inch, Intouch,
completely touch screen, Wireless Digital Picture Frame.
And you know what? I'm just going to predict this right now,
I think this is going to be a really hot item for the holidays.
It actually makes a great gift,
for anyone in the family, not just grandma and grandpa,
but sister, brother, I mean who doesn't have a best friend, come on!
And you know what, this like totally brightens up my cubicle I must say I walk in,
I get to see all my pictures, get to listen to free radio,
you know, check out the news, it's a great, great, great product.
So, check it out, again, it's the Intouch seven inch, Wireless Digital Picture Frame.
I'm Sam, and we'll see you guys next time.
For more information on the Intouch seven inch, Wireless Touch Screen Picture Frame,
just visit any of these major retailers,
and type in G98-1000 into the search box.
For Computer TV, I'm Sam.