HP DreamScreen, can display content from the Web without needing to be hooked up to a PC, using its built-in wireless connection. It can also be hooked up to a PC to play music or video stored on the computer in a different room, or to display photos like a digital picture frame. The screens use a remote control and a touch panel for input, and can also be used as an alarm clock, to check the weather or to play any of about 15,000 global radio stations. HP’s smart screen uses Linux OS, with 2GB internal storage so that photos, music and movies can be stored locally. It’ll have a USB port and a memory card reader, and supports MPEG video formats; JPEG, PNG and bitmap (BMP) photo file formats; and MP3, WMA, AAC and WAV audio formats. The products come in 10.2- and 13.3-inch sizes, priced at US$249 and $299, respectively available at Amazon.