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paulmtl 12-18-2010 06:17 AM

12" Digital Photo Frame with Remote Control (White) $85 shipped @FP
 
The resolution 800x600 is not very high for this size but for this price it seems a good deal & a great gift for parent or grand parent.

12.1" LCD Screen Digital Photo Frame with Remote Control and SD/MS/MMC/USB Slots (White) $84.89 with Free shipping or EMS +9.63 USD (3-6 business days)
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* 12.1 inch LCD screen.
* Supported picture formats: JPEG.
* Supported video formats: MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, AVI and DIVX.
* Supported music/audio formats: MP3 and WMA with synchronous lyrics display.
* Auto playing of pictures.
* AV out, can show picture on TV.
* Supports SD/MS/MMC and USB 2.0 interface.
* Built-in calendar and clock.
* Remote controlled.
* IR remote controller powered by a CR2025 battery (included).
* 110-240V AC adapter with cord included (2-pin flat plug).
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admin 12-18-2010 10:57 AM

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Originally Posted by paulmtl (Post 13667)
The resolution 800x600 is not very high for this size but for this price it seems a good deal & a great gift for parent or grand parent.

The odds of grandma knowing the difference between 800x600 and something higher is about the same as her teaching a class in rocket science. Same for many parents, depending on how old they are. Beyond 1024x768, at that size of screen, you can't see much extra detail anyway. I remember when computers had 800x600 15" CRT monitors and looked good!

So I'd say the size is decent, price is pretty good. :cool:

Most frames in the 12-inch range, especially for higher res sizes, are in the $125-200 price range. Amazon has quite a few frames, too. Their cheapest 12-inch frame is still $3.50 more than this one, no USB, and no remote. See those at http://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.ht...reative=390957

Some nice items at Focal Price.

paulmtl 12-18-2010 02:40 PM

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Originally Posted by admin (Post 13668)
I remember when computers had 800x600 15" CRT monitors and looked good!

True.

ViewSonic VFM1530-11 15" for $130 seems a good alternative for bigger screen, 1024x768 & famous brand.


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