The Parrot Photo Viewer has a high-resolution TFT LCD colour screen which means you can beam your photos direct from your mobile to your mantlepiece.
We have to see it to believe it, but it sounds like great fun, as long as the photos you take are of a high enough quality. It can store 100 pictures which can then be displayed either as single images or as a slideshow.
We hope to get one in to take a look really soon, so when we do we'll get back to you with the results! It would certainly be a talking point anyway, although for £156 it is pretty pricey.
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