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Topic # 45917 4-Nov-2009 21:16
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I wanted to put in a recommednation for the 'JC Matthew 10.2" Photo Frame' that is currently available at Dick Smith for $199 (Nov 09). We have been looking for one of these for a long-time, hard to find a decent review anywhere and finally decided on this a week ago. Its really simple, images look great and ease of use is up ther with Apple products (but WTH is JC Mathew?). Useful checklists around (i.e. CNET) but no one seems to give much feedback. One clear point is that a lot of the frames are quite clunky and not easy to use and/or their picture resolution sucks. I don't know why these 10.2'' models are being sold at a price comparable with the top 7'' models but the larger hi-res screen makes a huge difference, can be seen from all angles unlike some and its so easy to get the photo's on - either direct from your hard drive or via 5 types of memory card i.e plug your camera's card into the thing. Its something my mum couldn't get wrong and that saying something! Promise I'm not with the company - just wanted to plug a decent product which does what its supposed to do at a decent price.

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  Reply # 270158 4-Nov-2009 21:50
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I've got one of them and it works like a charm. No problems with it at all.




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