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The Wi-Fi-enabled Kodak Pulse Digital Frame is one of the most versatile digital photo frames you can buy, and at $129.95 (direct), it won't cost you a fortune. You can control the frame by using the 7-inch touch-screen LCD, but all of its features can be managed via Kodak's Web site, no matter where you are. Simplicity, convenience, and a low price make the Pulse our latest Editors' Choice digital photo frame. The Kodak Pulse has a very small footprint - it's only 6.25 by 7.5 by 1.0 inch (HWD). The actual touch-screen LCD is 7 inches (diagonal) and is surrounded by a 1-inch black border with a gunmetal trim. The "Kodak" brand appears in the border beneath the LCD, but it's a shade of gray that's barely visible. View Slideshow See all slides More The aspect ratio of the screen is 4:3, the same ratio that most compact point-and-shoot cameras use by default, so images from most pocket cameras will fill the screen. A lot of other digital frames on the market feature 16:9 or 15:9 aspect ratios, so they look like mini-HDTVs. Although these frames look cool, they may not be optimal for displaying photos because 4:3 images on a 16:9 LCD will show black borders. The Pulse features 512MB of internal storage.
By MaximumPC, published 02-07-2011
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