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Digital Photo Frame reviews

The latest Digital Photo Frame reviews at PC Advisor. Digital Photo Frame user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison

  • Epson Photo Viewer P-6000 review

    If you're inclined to take endless photos and quickly fill up media cards (guilty as charged...) a device that backs up your precious images and shows them off on a…

    £400 inc VAT

  • Archos 7 review

    The Archos 7 Home Tablet is an inexpensive Android tablet meant for people who want to access (not create) media such as video, audio, images, email and web content,…

    £355 inc VAT

    Score - 6 out of 10

  • Parrot Designer Collection digital photo frame review

    The 7in Parrot Designer Collection photo frame is lightweight but robust and solid with it.

    £250 inc VAT

    Score - 6 out of 10

  • D-Link DSM-210 review

    As one would expect from D-Link - a company known for its networking products - the D-Link DSM-210 picture frame is Wi-Fi-enabled.

    £225 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Toshiba DMF82XKU review

    The Toshiba DMF82XKU 8in digital picture frame has a sleek design and some useful wireless features.

    £195 inc VAT

    Score - 6 out of 10

  • Sony DPF-V900 review

    As one would expect from Sony, the DPF-V900 is a stunning piece of kit, a 9in picture frame destined to enhance any home.

    £169 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Sony DPF-D80 review

    The Sony DPF-D80 is an 8in digital photo frame which supports an array of media card options.

    £158 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • O2 Joggler review

    The O2 Joggler is a digital picture frame that can also act as a family calendar and wireless music and video player.

    £149 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Toshiba Journe Air 801 review

    The Toshiba Journe Air 801 is an 8.4in digital photo frame with a lot to offer. It has more features than ever before, and that's what makes it worth paying for.

    £149 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Kodak EasyShare W1020 review

    The Kodak EasyShare W1020 digital photo frame stands out thanks to its ease of use (in most respects), with or without Kodak's proprietary software.

    £129 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Kodak EasyShare S730 review

    Kodak is straddling traditionalist and multimedia worlds with its Kodak EasyShare S730 digital photo frame, and we applaud it for getting the balance right.

    £119 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Kodak EasyShare D830 review

    In its warm brown wooden frame, the Kodak EasyShare D830 digital photo frame easily blends in with any other frames arranged on your desk or coffee table.

    £119 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Transcend PF730 review

    Transcend keeps pushing genres with the Transcend PF730. Like the earlier Transcend 720, the PF730 is not only a digital photo frame, but also a video player, an…

    £90 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Motorola LS1000W review

    Few digital photo frames are as featured-packed as the 10.4in Motorola LS1000W, which provides Wi-Fi access to internet services such as Flickr and Picasa, as well as…

    £87 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Toshiba Gigaframe Q81 review

    Toshiba's 8-inch digital phone frame, the Toshiba Gigaframe Q81, has a sleek look to it, which would instantly draw you in. But does the Toshiba Gigaframe Q81 have…

    £76 inc VAT

    Score - 6 out of 10

  • Transcend T.photo 720 review

    The Transcend T.photo 720 does seem serious about transcending genres. Not only is it a digital photo frame, but it is also an FM radio, a video player, and an MP3…

    £69 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

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