Photoframes

  aitch2 19:25 03 Oct 07
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My wife is thinking of getting a digiatl photoframe for the daughter's birthday in a couple of weeks time. Apart from size is there anything to l;ook out for. Resolution? Features?
Make? Compatability? Any info much appreciated,
Aitch

  jack 19:43 03 Oct 07

size of Screen.
Ability to take memory cards
To show movies as well as stills
Stereo sound
Changable surrounds

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I purchased a 10x7 of the above for £90 in Boots
Do try to see a selection working at
Currys/PCW/John Lewis/Jessops.

  aitch2 20:06 03 Oct 07

Thanks Jack. Great Help so at least I feel I'm now on the right track
Aitch

  amonra 20:08 03 Oct 07

Read the small print.
I saw one advertised recently, looked good, all the bells and whistles BUT ! you could only run it for a max of half an hour. Sorry I cant remember the make but it pays to read the small print.

  Stuartli 00:03 04 Oct 07

Some information on how they work and what to look out for:

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  Micheal Knight 15:21 04 Oct 07

I wanted to get one for my mum. The biggest one I could find under £100 was this one:
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Its been placed in the dining room cupboard. Having the wooden effect frame means that it doesn't look too out of place. I just copied about 90 pictures onto the SD card that came with it and my mum was delighted.

Hope that helps.

  aitch2 19:17 04 Oct 07

Thanks for the further replies. It really has opened the subject up.
Aitch

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