The end of the dumb digital picture frame is near. Vizit ($280) is the latest in a line of intelligent, connected photo frames that move beyond the card slot to offer a more interactive experience. The frame itself employs an always-on data connection — provided by AT&T — to let owners send new photos to the frame using email, MMS, or the vizitme.com website, where they can also remotely manage, edit, delete, and organize photos that are on the frame. In addition, the Vizit's touchscreen interface makes for easy control and playback of photos, and lets users share photos with family members directly from the frame. Of course, there's this other upcoming connected display device with built-in slideshows that we remember thinking was pretty nifty — but don't let that stop you.