iGala Wi-Fi Linux Based Photo Frame

igala_wifi_linux_photoframeThe iGala is a linux based photo frame that allows you to do more then just display pictures or movies. With it having a usable OS in there it allows you to do such things as log in to GMail accounts and work around it’s file system with ease.

ThinkGeek describe it as having a “brain inside it’s rectangular head” which looking at other photo frames is not far from the truth. The screen is high res at 800 x 600 pixels and the screen is also touch-screen making it easy to navigate around. The iGala photo frame is capable of automatically pulling pictures from your Flickr account by using it’s built in Wi-Fi connection. With it having a Linux OS in there is no real need to hook it up to a PC as it is already a compute in a frame.

iGala Wi-Fi Linux Photo Frame Product Features

* Wi-Fi enabled photo frame can pull photos from Gmail and Flicker and has touch screen interface for network configuration
* 8″ 4:3 800X600 Digital LCD
* No PC Needed for Setup, No Subscription Fees for Online Use
* Full Screen Touchscreen Interface
* No PC Needed for Setup
* Linux based operating system
* Wifi 802.11b/g with WEP, WPA and WPA2
* 1GB Internal Memory Stores over 5,000 images
* Auto Synchronization with Flickr Photo Sets
* Access to Flickr Private Photos
* Email Photos to Frame
* Windows Live FrameIt Support for Photos, News and Weather
* Insert SD media card to display photos from the card
* USB Mass Storage Connectivity
* MP3 Support to Play Music
* Auto Power Saving
* 110V/250V AC Adapter
* Clock and Alarm Function

The Photo Frame costs $239.99 and is available over at ThinkGeek.


  1. well this is linux based photo frame is really insane. This is so so cool.

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