Products can be created using CSR's Unifi single chip offering for the Wi-Fi and Telechips' TCC8300 media processor for the multimedia side.
Telechips have apparently built in support for music subscription services
such as Rhapsody, ShoutCast, WM Audio and vTuner.
Plus there's RSS feed support from sources including Yahoo, MSN, CNN, and the good old Beeb.
Telechips' reference design envisages digital photos being sent to an eight inch LCD via Wi-fi from multiple sources including some mobile phones.
As a boring old digital photo frame, Telechips claims snaps can be uploaded via Wi-fi with Flickr and/or other photo sharing websites such as Picasa.
The INQ is still getting its head around the concept of listening to the radio on a picture frame. As Minho Seo, CEO of Telechips, said, "increased functionality remains a key differentiator." Quite. µ
Oh and it'll also help give aural pleasure
But it might still not be enough to make virtual reality super appealing
And a ridiculous competition
Now you can talk to your silly-looking earbuds too