Parrot's shiny new wireless photo frame is the first to be powered by Android

We've taken a look at Parrot's Specchio line of pretty Wi-Fi photo frames before, and the company's new Grande Specchio is bigger, better and — drumroll, please! — runs Android. Android means that you'll be able to toss some apps on this thing a lot like HP's Dreamscreen, which will probably take the shape of letting you know about the weather to more advanced things, such as reading RSS feeds.

Just like its predecessor, the Grande Specchio has a dedicated email address that you can send photos to and it'll end up on the frame. You can also share your photos by way of sites such as Picasa and Flickr, transfer photos from your phone via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, and upload shots to the frame by using SD cards or USB. It's bigger, too, with a 10.4" frame designed by artist Martin Szekely. The whole package is pretty sleek, with a few buttons up top for control and a removable bar on the back that helps with wall mounting (pictured below).

And, just like its predecessor, it's rather expensive. Look for it toward the end of the month for $650.

Via Parrot