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Kodak has developed a range of digital photo frames that lets users select images without leaving their grubby paw prints over the touchscreen.

The 7in P720, 8in M820 and 10in M1020 each feature a white "Quick Touch Border" that runs along the bottom of the frame. When pressed, scaled-down copies of images stored on, say, an SD card or USB Flash drive appear on the frame’s screen. Because users select images with the interactive border, they don’t have to touch the display area.

Hence no mucky marks.

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Kodak Easyshare: touch the frame, not the display

Kodak’s 8in and 10in models also have speakers built in behind their frames to let you pump out some holiday tunes along with your snaps.

All three 16:9 aspect ratio frames have two memory card slots and support both still images and video. Any frame can be mounted on a table or hung from a wall.

Kodak’s Easyshare digital frames will be available next month, with prices ranging from £65 (€90/130) to £150 (€175/$300).

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