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Media collections are scattered these days, existing not just in our cameras, bookshelves, and computers, but on sites such as Facebook, Flickr, Pandora, and YouTube. If you had one device that could showcase all your favorite digital media, it would need to look beyond the home computer or the memory card and pull in media from across the Web. That's the "dream" behind the HP DreamScreen, a tabletop display that connects to the Internet, your networked computers, and most memory card formats to put all your favorite media at your fingertips. The DreamScreen comes in two models with identical features, one with a 10-inch screen that sells for $299 list ($200 street) and a larger version with a 13-inch screen that lists for $349 ($250 street). HP's lofty name may have set our expectations too high, unfortunately, because the DreamScreen functions as little more than a glorified digital photo frame. Screen size, image quality, and the Pandora-streaming-music integration are impressive, but the remaining features left us disappointed. Design The DreamScreen doesn't break any design molds, but it's a good-looking product. Squint a little and you could easily mistake it for a wide-screen sibling of the Apple iPad.
|HP DreamScreen 130 13-Inch Wireless Connected Screen||$424.99||See it|