The famed manufacturers of the Album1 photo album device have announced yet another non-touchscreen photo album tablet, Album2, that does just about everything that today’s digital photo albums are capable of. Just a while a ago we wrote about Kodak’s Pulse Digital Frame, that is the same league as that of the Album2, but with a minor difference that of the touch screen user interface, that is absent from the Album 2 photo album tablet.
This latest device to surface at the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 (CES) features standard button controls for navigation and display and has is compatible with all three major media formats, i.e. images, audio and video. The Album2 has categorized these three format as “look”, “listen” and “watch” respectively for easier accessibility and sorting of files. The all new Album2 comes with an inbuilt 4GB hard disk that cane be used to store media files, transferred via a USB or memory card and as the device is also equipped with wifi connectivity, users can even get images and videos from various social networking websites, such as Facebook, YouTube, Flickr etc.
The Album2 photo album table will be commercially available in the second quarter of 2010 for a price of $199.