7" digital photo frame - 19.99 inc p&p

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  1. GTI's Avatar

    GTI said:

    Buying 7" digital photo frame - 19.99 inc p&p

    Ebuyer are selling these on their [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] store




    • Brand New - 7 Inch White Digital Photo Frame
    • Reads JPEG images from SD and MMC memory cards
    • View the pictures directly from your memory cards
    • Includes holes for wall mounting
    • Options of 3, 10 & 15 second slideshow intervals
    • Powered by mains power supply (included)
    • Box Contents - Digital Photo Frame, Stand, Power Adaptor & Manual

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    B B Leo said:

    Default Re: 7" digital photo frame - 19.99 inc p&p

    thats not bad m8 there was a few guys on her looking one not so long ago
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    beerman said:

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    I got one of these last Christmas when they were 25 from ebuyer. It's quite chunky at the back and the viewing angle of the screen is quite poo, for the price it's ok though. I didn't want to spend the extra 25 at the time for a similar one off of ebay.
     
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    Mule said:

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    What sort of energy do these pull? They seem very wasteful to me, aren't they also distracting?
     
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    lloydi said:

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    picked one up for my mum for christmas, will see what its like when it arrives
     
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    Simate said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mule View Post
    What sort of energy do these pull? They seem very wasteful to me, aren't they also distracting?
    12 volts/1.5A, that's what my 8" frame is powered by anyway, so not much at all. I don't find it distracting either.