It was during CES 2008 that D-Link shared its plans to come out with the creation of a DSM-210, an Internet-enabled picture frame and today is a fortunate day as the product has hit the market. Retailed at $250, the D-Link 10 Wireless Internet Photo Frame makes use of a wireless 802.11 to demonstrate the content downloaded from Internet. The transmission of content happens in association with a company called FrameChannel by drawing over 400 channels i.e. news, weather, sports, trivia, and also Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds.
Other technical specks of the DSM-210 details power saving motion technology, remote Web management of the frame’s content, flash memory formats support and 1GB internal storage.