It’ll show your JPGs, PNGs, GIFs, TIFs and BMPs, works with your Windows PC, has 240×160 resolution, and can hold 22 photos at a time on a pair of AA batteries, so you don’t even need to use your computer.
I find it odd that as our screen sizes get bigger, we start looking for more ways to display information elsewhere. We can’t all have three monitors, and Apple’s Dashboard is handy (if sometimes slow), but being able to glance and see my
Optimus Prime fan art Sweety and know that I’m almost off work, without having to move anything but my eyes? Count me in.
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