It’s very surprising but the media has missed HP and this is what we like: we want the companies to release as many products as possible so that we can have where to choose. Now let’s clarify something: we don’t want them to do like Sony and release thousands of earbuds and cameras. OK we can move on now and after yesterday’s high-end Envy laptops, HP has unveiled the DreamScreen which represent the next generation digital picture frames.
That’s how you recognize a good product: when it does more than it’s intended to do. The HP DreamScreen is not a regular digital picture frame as it comes packed with a cool UI that allows users to stream music and photos, connect to Pandora, Snapshot photo support, and play (not stream) videos among others.
HP unveiled two DreamScreens, one 100 and the other 130. The HP DreamScreen 100 comes with a 10.2-inch screen, while the 130 comes with a 13.3-inch screen. Both features 2GB of internal storage, flash card reader, USB connectivity, and social networking support for FaceBook.
The HP DreamScreen 100 is available now for $250, while the HP DreamScreen 130 costs $300. You can buy both today from Amazon and you can find the links below.
Buy HP DreamScreen 100 with 10.2-inch screen for $249.99 at Amazon here.
Buy HP DreamScreen 130 with 13.3-inch screen for $299.99 at Amazon here.
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