The digital photo frame is the poster child for cheap, commoditized consumer electronics. But not this one. FujiFilm just announced its FinePix Real 3D V3 digital frame that displays 3D images to the naked eye. The improved display is brighter than its predecessors and uses lenticular lenses to make the 3D viewing experience glasses-free. Better yet, you can directly connect your Blu-ray player or 3D digital camera over HDMI and enjoy 3D or 2D video in additional to 3D or 2D stills on the frame's 7.2-inch display. Images are viewable at an 800 x 600 pixel 3D resolution or 1,600 x 600 in 2D viewing mode. Other specs include viewing angles of 140-degrees vertical and 160-degrees horizontal, 512MB of internal memory, an SD/SDHC slot, and stereo speakers. While no US pricing has been given, it's expected to hit Japan on November 12th for the slightly insane price of ¥50,000 (about $640, tax inclusive).