Digital photo frames are hot products this season, as more and more consumers look for ways to free their growing photo collections from the computer. But why settle for a mere frame, when you could have a printer, too?
The iMo Foto Frame Printer doesn’t plug into your Mac. Instead, it offers a variety of media card slots (you’ll need an adapter for MemoryStick and SDHC cards) and a USB port for connecting your camera.
The frame includes a remote control and can display photos as a slideshow. If someone compliments a photo on the screen, you can simply walk over and print it out for them.
The iMo Foto Frame Printer sells for $230 and is available now. Replacement cartridges with a 36-print capacity cost $20.