SHOGO does not require any additional software and is compatible to both PC and MAC. There are two 8″ models available –SG 080 and SG 081a. SG 081a is a white color SHOGO, with a 512M memory and WiFi connectivity. SG 080 is equipped with a TFT LCD display touch screen, 1G memory, battery back up, and WiFi connectivity.
One can share photos directly with other SHOGO users, with no need for a computer. In addition, it is possible to view photos from memory cards, USB flash drives, PCs, or the Internet. Pictures are displayed in 800 x 600 – 4:3 resolution, and are automatically adjusted to portrait or landscape mode using the auto rotate feature.
SHOGO is equipped with integrated stereo speakers, an audio jack, and a memory card reader. This digital frame also comes with an AC-DC adapter, Ethernet cable, and an RF remote control. In addition, it features frames (SHOGOSKINS) that can be changed to match a certain mood or one’s home decor. The 8″ SHOGO price tag is $199.
TFOT recently covered the world’s largest digital picture frame – the 32″ SP3200 developed by Smartparts, a pioneer in digital picture frame products.The SP3200, presented in the CES 2008, displays images and videos with audio tracks on its 16:9 widescreen LCD panel in a 1366×768 resolution. TFOT also covered Digital-Spectrum’s Memory Frame MF-8104 Premium – an updated model of a multi-function wireless digital picture frame that has a 10” TFT LCD screen with an 800×400 resolution. This device can be used for photo display, plays MP3 and WMA music files via internal stereo speakers for slide show accompaniment, and can even play MPEG-4 movies.
More information about SHOGO can be found on the company’s website.