Vizit Digital Frame Officially Launches with AT&T By Its Side



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Vizit is a digital picture frame that enables friends and family to send photos in real-time. It’s ultra-thin display is wall-mountable and available in charcoal with a black accent or silver with a white accent. This digital picture frame is a perfect compliment to any home or office. All you need to do is simply email a photo to the frame address and it arrives within minutes, then just touch the screen and Vizit users can share, reply, forward, favorite and delete any image on the frame. All photos sent to Vizit are automatically archived within a user’s personal VizitMe.com account, which allows users to remotely manage, edit, delete and organize the photos on their frame. So what’s so special other than what I just stated? Well it’s officially launching today and AT&T will be its exclusive carrier so you can utilize their 3G network to email photos directly to the Vizit frame from your cell phone. AT&T first announced this collaboration back in November and now the Vizit has officially launched and is ready to purchase. The Vizit currently retails for

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$279.99 and requires at-least a basic photo plan for $5.99. In addition, through a partnership with LIFE.com, the Vizit digital photo frame will also feature photos from the largest collection of professional photography on the web.

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  • John

    Flickr, Photobucket, or Picasa/Google should partner with a hardware manufacturer like Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, etc. to produce something like this that is wifi based so it uses your existing internet connection. It could show the images from your online image service account or even a random slideshow from selected friends’ accounts. Or maybe a slideshow of a feed based on a tag search. For that matter they could partner with Facebook and have it automatically show a random slideshow of pictures from your friends. I’d buy one!

  • John

    Flickr, Photobucket, or Picasa/Google should partner with a hardware manufacturer like Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, etc. to produce something like this that is wifi based so it uses your existing internet connection. It could show the images from your online image service account or even a random slideshow from selected friends’ accounts. Or maybe a slideshow of a feed based on a tag search. For that matter they could partner with Facebook and have it automatically show a random slideshow of pictures from your friends. I’d buy one!

  • John

    Flickr, Photobucket, or Picasa/Google should partner with a hardware manufacturer like Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, etc. to produce something like this that is wifi based so it uses your existing internet connection. It could show the images from your online image service account or even a random slideshow from selected friends’ accounts. Or maybe a slideshow of a feed based on a tag search. For that matter they could partner with Facebook and have it automatically show a random slideshow of pictures from your friends. I’d buy one!

  • John

    Flickr, Photobucket, or Picasa/Google should partner with a hardware manufacturer like Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, etc. to produce something like this that is wifi based so it uses your existing internet connection. It could show the images from your online image service account or even a random slideshow from selected friends’ accounts. Or maybe a slideshow of a feed based on a tag search. For that matter they could partner with Facebook and have it automatically show a random slideshow of pictures from your friends. I’d buy one!