Until now, Netgear's line of high-end Meural photo frames has been primarily geared toward bringing the world's masterpieces into your living room. The latest Meural frame is designed more for family snapshots than it is for great works of art (not that it can't display art, mind you). On sale now, the 15.6-inch Meural WiFi Photo Frame is not only smaller than the existing Meural Canvas II (which comes in 21- and 27-inch sizes), it's also less expensive, with the new family-focused frame priced at $300 versus $400 and $600 for the two Meural Canvas II models. Equipped with a full-HD (1920 x 1080) IPS anti-glare display, the wall-mountable Meural WiFi Photo Frame comes with a wood-grain trim and a removable metal stand that allows for placing it on a flat surface in either portrait or landscape mode. Capable of connecting to dual-band Wi-Fi networks, the Meural WiFi Photo Frame can be synced with photo albums on your iPhone or Android phone, and any new snapshots added to a synced album will automatically be uploaded to the frame.
The bright blue frame that said #OlympicCityUSA was installed last week at Garden of the Gods Park in Colorado Springs, the site of dramatic rock formations near Pikes Peak. The city had hoped many of the two million people who visit the park each year would take photos with it and share them on social media to promote the city's connections to the Olympics and promote tourism.
Save $65: The Nixplay smart digital picture frame is on sale on Amazon for $114.99 for Cyber Monday 2020. If you're the kind of person who switches their phone background every month, you probably also get sick of looking at the same pictures in your house. Instead of taking the time to switch each one out, get smart with a Nixplay smart digital picture frame. To keep things fun and fresh, a Nixplay frame can display thousands of pictures so you're reminded of a new memory each time you pass by. To upload, you can share photos and videos from your phone or by email straight to the frame.