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Wannabe Geek

#28847 13-Dec-2008 23:44
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I'm having a really hard time finding decent reviews of digital photo frames - so I turn to you, my geek friends :)
I need something with :
  1. good picture quality
  2. 10" frame
  3. in NZ
  4. under $350
It'd also be cool to find something with some wireless (and perhaps flikr integration), but that's a nice to have compared to the above.
Any information, especially any real product experience would be awesome.  It's looking like I'm going to have to actually go to a "bricks and mortar" to figure this all out.

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Master Geek

  #184711 17-Dec-2008 09:22
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A few weeks ago on Breakfast they did a review of some new gadgets etc and there was a digital photo frame that turned off when the lights in the room went out to save power, I've never looked at them so maybe that's a stock feature but if it isn't it seemed pretty cool.

Otherwise this one is nice

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  #184716 17-Dec-2008 09:51
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I'm interested in peoples opinions on this too.  My brother bought mum and dad one of the DSE ones for Xmas last year and I hate it.  The refresh rate is crap, the image resolution is very poor and the viewing angle is terrible.  Not what you'd expect for around $150.  It's only small, the size of a normal print photo, but still!

If anyone knows of a good brand with the opposite of what I've mentioned above I'd be keen to hear!  I hear some have WiFi now too?

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