Meural Digital Canvas Frame to Display NFT’s | Netgear Integration with MetaMask Crypto Wallet

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Netgear believes the Meural smart frame was made for this moment



Netgear is capitalizing on the interest in digital canvas frames by collaborating with Meural to produce a unique frame that will also allow for interactive experiences. The frame will be offered as an additional purchase option for customers who are interested in purchasing the Connected Home, or as a standalone product at retailers nationwide. This collaboration brings together two innovative brands to offer more options to customers looking for the newest technology.


Whether you wanted it or not, NFTs are finding ways of creeping into just about every aspect of our lives. Something that began as a curiosity has quickly expanded to include networking giant Netgear and its connected smart frame, Meural.

Regardless of how you feel about NFTs, companies like Netgear are capitalizing on this interest by integrating them into products like the existing Meural Frame. With a way to put these works of “art” on display, it allows these commodities to also become decorations for something besides Twitter profiles.


Beta Testing the Integration

While the Meural began its life as a way to display photos, Netgear recently announced that it would begin beta testing integration between the Meural and the MetaMask cryptocurrency wallet starting in January. This partnership is what allows you to upload NFTs to Meural and safely store them.

Pretend for a second that you don’t know what an NFT is and you don’t want to. The Meural can still display slideshows and images from your phone locally or remotely. It’s also slated to have access to the world’s largest streaming library of art and photography. This library is set to include works from classical and contemporary artists as well as a variety of branded content. This service is available as either a monthly or annual subscription and costs $8.95 and $69.95 respectively. Thankfully, you can also share pictures to the Meural through the dedicated app or through a built-in MicroSD card slot.

The Meural Frames are available in a variety of sizes, from a desk-sized 13.5 x 7.5 inches and reaching up to larger wall-mounted options that measure 16 x 24 and 19 x 29 inches. However, none of the frames have a display resolution greater than 1080p, which is a little disappointing in a world where displays like Samsung’s The Frame exists.

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