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HP DreamScreen 130 13-Inch Wireless Connected Screen

by HP

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  • Enjoy music, photos and videos with easy to use buttons & screens
  • Control your digital entertainment in the palm of your hand with a simple, intuitive remote.
  • Enjoy music, photos and videos easily with the HP MediaSmart experience.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi connects seamlessly to your existing wireless home network, so you can access content on your home PCs and through the Internet.
  • The HP DreamScreen is a gateway to the Internet using your wireless network to access weather info, Snapfish and your favorite web destinations
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Technical Details


Product Description

Product Description

The HP 13-inch DreamScreen makes it easy to enjoy photos, music, video, as well as weather, clocks,calendars, Facebook, and more.

From the Manufacturer

Want a digital frame that does more than show photos? Buy an HP DreamScreen. Access content on your PC and the Web—wirelessly—from any room in your home.

IDEAL FOR:

Photos
Play slideshows of photos uploaded to Snapfish, plus your favorite music at the same time.

Music
Change the music. Stream playlists from any PC in your home, so you can mix up the tunes.

Video
Enjoy the show. Access your digital video library quickly using the HP DreamScreen.

Facebook
Stay in the know. View friends’ updates, photos and events without using a PC or cell phone.

Pandora & HP SmartRadio
Tune in. Listen to your Pandora.com stations or stream live radio from around the world without using a PC.

Alarm Clock
Forget the snooze button. Wake up to your favorite music.

Weather & Calendar
Rain or shine? Get your 5-day forecast on the spot, plus view a monthly calendar.

 

Photos Music
Photos Music
Video Facebook
Video Facebook
Pandora & HP SmartRadio Weather
Pandora Weather

SPECIFICATIONS:


Display
13.3" Widescreen– 800 x 480 pixels upscaling to 1280 x 800 pixels

Input/Output
2 USB Ports, 6-in-2 Card Reader, 1 Headphone

Speakers
Built-in Stereo Speakers

Networking
Ethernet, Wireless 802.11b/g

Media Files Supported
Video File Formats: MPEG 1, 2, 4, H.264
Photo File Formats: JPEG, PNG, BMP
Audio File Formats: MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV

 

Dreamscreen Front
Display

FEATURES:


YESRemote Control

YESStand

YESTouch-sensitive Controls

YESWall Mountable

YESINCLUDED

 

Remote Control
Remote Control

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.3 x 17.5 x 2.8 inches ; 5.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B002GJTZ9U
  • Item model number: KY617AA#ABA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 16, 2009

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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Evans on December 27, 2009
Lets first just get some things out of the way before I talk about the quality of what the device DOES do lets talk about what it does not, yet claims to do.

Downright Lies
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The following quotes are from the HP site itself:

"The HP DreamScreen is a gateway to the Internet using your wireless network to access
weather info, Snapfish and your favorite web destinations."

This is just untrue. There is no integrated web browser. It has three web `apps' on it: SnapFish, Pandora, Facebook. That's it. It does not read RSS feeds, or do much of anything you probably want it to do, simple things like display news or recipes.

"Stay current with social network sites like Facebook"

`Like' facebook? There is only Facebook: nothing else.

"Be organized with a built-in alarm clock & calendar."

This is laughable. Wondering how to sync the calendar with outlook or google or anything; maybe even just add appointments, I finally consulted their online documentation. Here, seriously, is the feature list for the calendar `app':

"View the current month, press right or left to view the next or previous month."

BWAH HA HA HA... *sigh*

"Touch-enabled controls--Get fast, easy access to information and entertainment with simple touch controls embedded in the display"

This is referring to some buttons around the bezel of the screen and is just so untrue they would have to change the marketing campaign in Europe or get sued. This does however remind me of the old In Living Color sketch where the handcapped superhero always says he is `not handicapped, but HANDY-CAPABLE!'.

"Videos--Watch home movies and video clips in full screen - Its simple!
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Duvernois on September 24, 2009
Photos look great on this and the widgets seem to work pretty well, though you're restricted to those that HP wanted to install. No Flickr? But there are serious problems here. Everything takes a LONG time. Opening up Settings seems to take much of a minute (okay, closer to 15 seconds). It's slow. And the user interface? It looks like it was designed to be a touch screen interface but then that turned out to be too expensive. So you're always scrolling around the screen getting to exit and open buttons. It's pretty painful.

Pros:
- Looks nice
- Good resolution
- The Internet Radio bit seems to work well

Cons:
- SLOW!!!
- Only the widgets that HP wants
- Dreadful and painful user interface, you're just going to be unhappy working with it
- Bugs all over the place (radio station genres, spelling errors, sometimes the slideshow button works, other times it doesn't)

I'd wait for version two of this. Let the bugs get fixed, have them improve the user interface, get some more widget options, and install a faster processor. Then it'll be worth something like the asking price.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By P. Breakfield IV VINE VOICE on December 9, 2009
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I got this for my mom as a Christmas present. I got her a Westinghouse 14 inch frame a couple of years ago and that set the size bar pretty high. With the HP Dreamscreen I hoped to improve upon the previous frame in several areas.

With the previous frame, found that having a digital frame is a lot of work if you have to change out the pictures on a memory card all the time - especially if you don't live near your parents. So I was hoping to find a way to do this remotely. The Snapfish option sounded promising (but why no flickr, photobucket or imageshack?). Facebook seemed sketchier to me, as Facebook already crunches your photos when you upload them and doesn't even present them THAT well on a PC screen.

We finally settled on the snapfish option and save the images at 800x480 and that works very well. I am very pleased with the images on the screen. The odd size is a bit of a problem, but overall the images look great and are crisp and bright.

Pandora radio is pretty cool. The sound is above average but it only goes so loud and starts to get tinny at higher volumes. It is a neat "gee-whiz" feature though. I haven't played with HP radio yet.

Facebook has been buggy for me. I even updated to the latest firmware when I fired the frame up for the first time (and another bright spot was that the frame logged onto my wi-fi flawlessly and easily.) But Facebook is SLOW and the pictures don't look great from Facebook, as I suspected they would not. The Facebook feature would actually make the frame worth buying for that alone if only those pictures were better quality.

The remote control works well, the controls are ok. Not great, but there are worse out there.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael Koch on November 7, 2009
After reading some of the reviews, I had low expectations. This is a great piece of gear. It really is no slower than your home pc would be. It is a great device for streaming music, photos, etc. The internet radio is worth the price. Hook to your stereo system and listen to hundreds of stations, many with cd quality. If you have a home network set up this is nothing else that compares. I have owned mine for only a couple of weeks and there have been 2 firmware upgrades which added enhanced features.
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