Conclusion: Despite a sometimes-painfully-slow interface and some less-than-useful applications, the good-looking, well-connected HP DreamScreen 100 digital photo frame does a nice job of displaying photos and videos.
Pros: Sexy design. Good image quality. Intuitive user interface. Simple network configuration.
Cons: Pricey. UI is very sluggish. Limited video playback support. Computer-to-frame networking software does not support Macs.
Conclusion: So overall the DreamScreen is a step in the right direction. The feature set is good, but not quite good enough for the rather high retail price of $249. If you look around it is possible to find the DreamScreen 100 for slightly less.
Summary: HP claims that it plans to provide support for more applications, so hopefully we can look forward to seeing the integration of Flickr, Shutterfly and more. And it would be especially cool if future updates include some sort of browser to allow for RSS feeds. At the moment, this frame is stuck between two worlds: A rather small digital picture frame or an exceptionally cool, multifunctional bedside alarm/clock radio.
Summary: Несмотря на порой болезненно медленный интерфейс и некоторые менее чем полезные программы, красивая цифровая фоторамка HP DreamScreen 100 с хорошими возможностями связи прекрасно отображает фотографии и видео.