Coby Electronics has launched a new range of digital photo frames at CES 2009, that the company boasts combine "sleek contemporary design, with innovative must-have features".
The new line-up is made up of the DP710 7-inch widescreen photo frame, the DP852 8.5-inch frame and the DP1042 10.4-inch frame. All of the models share similar features, and all include multimedia playback so you can display your video files as well as your photos.
The frames also allow you to play MP3 and WMA music files through the frame, meaning you can set a photo slideshow to music and have it play out through the integrated speakers.
All also feature a calendar and clock, have a remote control and are compatible with all popular memory card formats.
In fact the only differences between the three is that the DP710 features a "contemporary design" instead of the "classic wooden frame" seen in the other two, but then also lacks the 1GB internal flash memory of the DP852 and DP1042.
These frames will be released on the American market sometime this year, with prices to be confirmed. There's no word on if we'll ever see them over here as yet.