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Framing context

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on February 23, 2008 09:50 PM
I was at a pharmacy and saw the little computer screen picture frames. If they don't allready provide these features, it seems a flash drive mounted to the picture frame could allow it to communicate with a local PC. If the picture frame was a touch screen it could be used as an alarm clock. The usb drive mite have a speaker. If the frame had a speaker or the usb drive sycronized with a sound system the pictures could have sound ( nature with birds and water) How bout a usb drive that a person can voice record into and play back then also download content to there PC. Also if a clam shell cell phone had three layers, the lowest layer could slide out to set next the the second midle layer to provide full function qwerty key board. This could also be applied to blackberry devices and I'v heard comments about using cross hand type piano configuration.


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