Does your fridge have dozens of photos pinned to it with magnets? Why not clear away some of the clutter and consolidate all those photos into a digital photo frame magnet? The Digital Photo Frame Fridge Magnet has a 2.4″ TFT LCD screen and can hold up to 66 images in its 32GB of storage. […]
If you’re looking for a greeting card that can also be a gift, look no further than the Pandigital Photo Greeting Card sets sold at Amazon.com. There are three themed sets: birthday, holiday (not Christmas specific), and general. Each set has three cards, each with a different design, and costs $34.99. The cards contain a 1.4″ […]
I’m sure you’ve seen those mugs that you can have custom printed with a photo. The Digital Photo Mug from ThinkGeek goes one better than those mugs. This travel mug – for hot or cold beverages – has a 1.5″ LCD digital photo frame mounted right on the front. The frame can hold up to […]
Now you can use WiFi and email to almost effortlessly add photos to a digital picture frame. The Kodak Pulse frame has its own email address; you email pictures to the frame and they’re automatically added to the frame’s library. Kodak says you can store up to 4000 images in the 512 MB of internal […]
This is a nifty device from Sungale that combines a modern styled LED desk lamp with a 3.5 LCD screen. The screen has a resolution of 320X240 and is capable of displaying slide shows from images saved to SD, MMC or MS cards. This desk accessory is priced at $79.99
Not so long ago, proud parents carried small photo albums called brag books loaded with pictures of their families. Brookstone is offering the 21st century version of the brag book – the My Life Pocket Digital Photo Frame. This portable frame offers a 3.5″ screen with 320 X 240 resolution. It has a rechargeable battery for […]
Recently we had a post about a digital frame with a built-in scanner. Now here’s the iMo Photo Frame with a built-in printer! Pictures display on an 8″ 800 X 600 pixel LCD screen. The frame has 1 GB internal memory, and it has slots for USB, SD, CF, and other memory cards. The built-in printer […]
The Scanning Digital Picture Frame from Hammacher Schlemmer offers a wealth of options for $199.95 It has an 8″ TFT LCD screen with 800 X 600 resolution, and it has 1 GB of internal storage to store up to 3000 images. It has a 300 dpi scanner built-in to make adding pictures easy. You can display pictures, play […]
Pete The Gadget Geek Stanley sent me a tip about this nifty digital photo frame called the Shake a Pix. It’s about the size of a credit card, has a built in USB connect to charge and transfer pix. But the cool feature is the fact that it has a built in motion sensor. To […]
This little digital photo frame from Brando has to be the cutest one I’ve seen yet. It has two media slots – USB and SD. The resolution is only 320 x 234, but it not only shows your photos, but can play MP3 and MP4 files as well. All for $89.00.
I have always enjoy reviewing digital photo frames, so I was very excited when I was given the opportunity to review my first WiFi enabled frame from D-Link. The DSM-210 Internet Photo Frame has 1GB of internal memory and is 10″ diagonally. Sounds like a nice feature set, let’s see how it rates…
Here’s my quick look video review of digital photo keychains from Wholesale Keychains.com.
If you are in the market for a digital photo frame, I have one to show you today that so far beats the pants off of all the frames
I’ve reviewed to date. The ADMPF311F 11″ Digital Photo Frame from Alurtek is impressive both in size
If you’re in the market for a small digital picture frame, Edge Tech Corp has one that I’d like to tell you about. It doesn’t have an abundance of gee whiz features, but it is easy to use. Let’s take a closer look.
I’ve reviewed several digital photo frames over the years, but this is the first
itty bitty frame I’ve had the opportunity to review. It’s the Digital Photo
Album from Brando. This frame has a
display that is only 2.4 inches. Sounds like it might be too small doesn’t it?
Let’s find out.
Over the years, I have had the opportunity to review 4 different digital photo frames. The last such review was the Tricod Frame just this past summer. Although I did like this device, I ended up giving it to my Dad, because it lacked one feature that I’ve always longed for in a digital photo frame. Today I’m going to tell you about the 7FF1 (what a wonderful product name) Digital Photo Display from Philips. Guess what? It has the feature I’ve been wishing for. You’ll just have to continue reading to find out what that feature is…
Digital photo frames sure have come down in price over the past few years. I reviewed the Digi-Frame DF-560 in May of 2002. At that time this 5.6 inch frame had a whopping price tag of $549! Now here it is 4 years later and I’m going to show you a digital frame from Tricod Inc. that looks almost identical to the DF-560, but costs $400 less. At $149, this frame can even play music and video. Check it out.
Product Requirements: A wall outlet and access to a phone line Have you heard the stories of how Bill Gates has these large, fla,t plasma screens in all his house’s rooms that change their pictures depending on whatever they are programmed to display? Yah, I heard those stories too, and I thought to myself that […]
Product Requirements: Device: Windows 95/98/NT or Macintosh Free RS-232, RS-422 9pin Serial connector PC/MAC I love photography but don’t consider myself an expert on the subject by any means. I do know that I enjoy taking pictures and viewing them later. But, gone are the days of sitting on the living room couch thumbing thru […]
Product Requirements: PC or compatible running Windows 98 or later USB port CDrom 50MB free hard disk space Power outlet (110/120V AC, 60Hz) Monitor capable of displaying 800 x 600 pixels in 16 bit color I think digital cameras are one of the greatest inventions of the last 50 years. With them, you don’t need […]