HP'S DREAMSCREEN 100 : Features,Specification And Review

With its new DreamScreen, HP expands the digital photo frame concept to include applications normally associated with stand-alone tablets. This 10-inch, $250 model incorporates wireless support for popular apps such as Facebook, Pandora, Snapfish, and HP's own packaging of Net radio stations. Sleek and shiny black, the DreamScreen 100 is better suited for sitting on a desktop than hanging on a wall, due to its weight and the need to keep it plugged in.

Setup was easy, even with the labor of entering passwords and network keys via the remote. The interface is attractive, intuitive, and highly readable. In addition, a CD provides video tutorials and an intuitive desktop program that lets you drag and drop audio, photo, and video files from your PC into the frame's 2GB of internal memory. As other frames do, the DreamScreen lets you program on and off times, and it has both clock and calendar functions.

The screen's display was impressive and crisp. Sound was a strong point: Though you won't get booming bass or extreme clarity, the frame cranks out better audio than most laptops do. The Facebook app lets you view friends' updates and photos, while the Snapfish app shows online albums. HP's radio feature is neat,but navigation is limited adding stations to your favorites list is a chore that involves lots of drilling.


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