Sony has just released two new digital photo frames to add in their growing line of S-Frame digital photo frames. Amongst the new features include a 4:3 aspect ration, a first in Sony’s digital photo frame line, advanced image processing feature which allows images to be displayed up to 48 megapixels and a 200MB of internal storage capacity. Another feature available on Sony’s new digital photo frames is an auto rotation feature which detects when the picture frame is displayed horizontally or vertically.
One of the models, the DPF-D80 is already available at all Sony Style Stores for $180 while the other model, the Sony DPF-D100 is available for pre-order and will be released in november for $280.
Sony is one of the few companies who are environmentally conscious. It will almost be a year when this Japanese consumer electronic manufacturer have launched their recycling program. If you own a bunch of old electronic products from Sony, it’s a good idea to let Sony dispose of these products rather than do it on your own.
Sony disposes of these used electronics in a safe manner and recycles some of the reusable electronic components and integrated circuits to upgrade other electronic equipment or make use of the metals in these components to make new parts. Sony’s Recycling Program will mark its 1 year on September 15th.
PS3 owners have been waiting for the launch of their own “virtual universe” similar to that of second life. The original launch of the PS3 Home was in late 2007 but was delayed until early 2008. Now, PS3 owners would have to wait further. Spokespersons for Sony said that the PS3 Home needs “further development”.
With PS3 Home, users can expect make virtual characters, build their own homes, make friends, and play online games.