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Topic # 58854 21-Mar-2010 23:33
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Hi There!

I am looking for an inexpensive high resolution attractive Digital Photo Frame. Ideally 800x600

Picture Quality is Crucial. Internal Memory or Video Playback I don't care about. I want easy to use, and preferably Black.

Can someone recommend something please?

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  Reply # 311470 25-Mar-2010 22:59
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Any of the more expensive Sony frames will do the job. I have a Sony DPF D92 that is awesome; perfect colour, sharpness etc and is can be set to turn itself on and off unlike many of its cheaper counterparts.

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