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The TV-M7 7" Wireless Internet Camera and Photo Monitor automatically detects and connects to up to four wired and wireless TRENDnet Internet Security Cameras to display camera video. The monitor also acts like a photo frame to display photo slideshows and play video and music.

The monitor has a 7" 800 x 480 pixel LCD display, 512 MB of built-in memory and a memory card reader supporting SD/MMC/MS (MS DUO) / MS Pro and xD memory cards. Supported formats include JPEG and BMP pictures (up to 16384 x 16384 pixels), MJPEG, MPEG1 and MPEG-4 video and MP3, WMA, AAC and OGG audio. Flickr and Picasa Web photo albums can also be displayed.

The monitor has an MSRP of $320.00. Availability was not announced.

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