Tag: digital photo frame
Jessops offers two digital photo frames for just £50
Okay, let’s be honest here. Digital photo frames are a load of rubbish. They sit there consuming piles of energy, 24/7, and don’t actually look that brilliant. However, the great British public seems dead-set on buying them by the bucketload, and Jessops are capitalising on this by offering two of them for the budget price of just fifty sheets – that’s presents for two aunts knocked out in one fell swoop!
The frames in question cost £30 normally, measure 3.5″ corner-to-corner, and come with a slideshow facility, memory card slot, and functions to control colour, brightness and zoom. They also connect up to your PC so you can change the pictures on it with the greatest of ease. Sounds awful to you – but sounds brilliant to your mum.
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Kodak releases first ever OLED Wireless Frame
I really don’t like digital photo frames. In fact, as a rule I try never to have them on Tech Digest because I think they’re one of the worst inventions ever and come the revolution, their creator will be the first up against the wall.
But, today Kodak has put me in a quandary. They’ve just announced the first ever wireless OLED digital photo frame…
cenOmax launches F7012A seven-inch digital photo frame
Are we bored of digital photo frames yet? No? Then check out this seven-incher from cenOmax (a Lite-On brand), available in the UK now. The F7012A features a seven-inch TFT widescreen display with 480 x 234 pixel resolution, a contrast…
Hi-tech Christmas tree baubles: Santa's Slide Show Ornament
Though I probably deserve to be shot for mentioning Christmas-themed gadgets at all over three months early, Santa's Slide Show Ornaments have to be worth a look if you're thinking of a more technological way of decorating your tree. With…