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The Google Christmas gift

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 15-Dec-2006 15:24

Wow... I've read posts about this years's Google Christmas Gift, but I thougt I wasn't going to receive one this time, since the first reports on Webmasterworld were from some weeks ago. But today the Fedex van dropped a box from Google with a card and the famous Digital Photo Frame:


It's not a simple Digital Photo Frame, but a complete media player. The GTA-316 actually accepts SD/MMC cards, and it can playback asf, mp4, wma, mp3, wav files and jpeg images. The display is a 3.6" LCD TFT with 960 x 240 pixels.

It comes with a USB cable and power adapter.

Last year's gift from Google was a travel pack with USB memory key, USB Hub, USB light and Skype/GTalk headset. The year before it was the mood radio (changing colours depending on music).

Very cool...






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