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T-Mobile launches Cameo picture frame

By: , IntoMobile
Thursday, November 20th, 2008 at 5:57 PM
Email or MMS pictures to the T-Mobile Cameo from anywhere in the world

Fancy yourself important enough, or liked enough by your friends, that you need to keep those close to you up to date with a digital picture frame that updates itself with pictures of you on vacation? Well, good news! T-Mobile has launched the cellular-connected “Cameo” digital picture frame for $99.99.

The T-Mobile Cameo’s claim to fame is its wireless connection that allows you to remotely upload pictures via MMS (also known as picture messaging) or email. The T-Mo Cameo actually has its own wireless phone number to which users can send in their pictures.

Sure, the microSD card slot and USB port allow pictures to be sideloaded in person, but the Cameo’s ability to update its picture-set with images from, say, your cameraphone on your trip to Bali is enough to make this digi-frame a class-act.

You don’t have to be a T-Mobile wireless subscriber to buy and use the Cameo, but T-Mobile will ask you to pay them a monthly $9.99 “messaging fee” to keep the Cameo’s wireless connection active and ready to accept all those emails filled with pictures of you on vacation.

Find the T-Mobile Cameo here.

[Via: MobileTechReview]

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