This is the review of Hewlett-Packard DreanScreen Photo Frame which featured with video, music, web information, and social networking in it.
Hewlett-Packard is ramping up for the end-of-year buying season with its new consumer-friendly DreamScreen, a new device that looks like a photo frameâ€”and, indeed, can be set on an end table and be used to display images. But the DreamScreen aims to be much more than that: it can stream music, play video, tap into Web-based information sources, and even let people keep up with their social networking, becoming a living-room friendly digital media hum without the need for a full-blown PC.
Though I have little data to back this up, I’ve often joked that manufacturers of digital photo frames have the world’s moms to thank for their booming market. The electronic gadgets seem to make great gifts for Mother’s Day or other occasions when a gift to Mom is called for. If Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) has its way, the appeal of digital photo frames will soon widen.