Plus-Size Digital

Digital photo frames have long suffered from a case of the tinies. I remember selling one of the first Sony models, it had a 5-inch screen and cost $1,000! They’ve come a long way since then, but most of them have still been trapped in the 7- to 10-inch range. The 15-inch digital frame from Thinkgeek.com aims to break the barrier with a frame that's worth a spot on your wall. It costs a very reasonable $249, about the same price as the Kodak 10-inch model with WiFi.

Digital photo frames have long suffered from a case of the tinies. I remember selling one of the first Sony models, it had a 5-inch screen and cost $1,000! They've come a long way since then, but most of them have still been trapped in the 7- to 10-inch range.

The 15-inch "gigantor" digital frame from Thinkgeek.com aims to break the barrier with a frame that's worth a spot on your wall. It costs a very reasonable $249, about the same price as the Kodak 10-inch model with WiFi. If you can forego the wireless transfer, this frame offers you much more screen real-estate for the buck._
—Matthew Panzarino
Contributing Blogger_