Gear Head DPF100 Digital Photo Frame - 8-4DPF100
I love these digital frames. This is the best bang for the buck I have seen on one this season, $44.95 with free shipping. I put one up by the kitchen sink and I love seeing my kids and grandkids photos. The grandkids love to sit at the counter and point out themselves, Daddy and Mommy. If you are looking for a gift, this is a winner. This is not a paid blog and I have no financial relationship with buy.com except as a customer.
Manufacturer: Gear Head
Mfg Part#: 8-4DPF100
Buy.com Sku: 206209157
Photos stored on PCs or on memory cards can now be shared with loved ones on this flawless Gear Head 8.4" digital photo frame. Memories are the greatest gifts.
The Gear Head 8.4" Digital Photo Frame Includes:
USB 2.0 Card Reader: This photo frame works as a USB 2.0 card reader when you plug it into your computer's USB port with a maximum transmission speed of 480Mbps.
Slideshow Photo Viewing: The Gear Head 8.4" photo frame is an innovative photo frame which allows you to display a constant scan of the photos on your memory card, providing a snapshot view of multiple images for hours of interest and enjoyment.
Computer Free Image Viewing: You no longer need a computer to view your digital images, simply insert your SD, MMC, MS, or CF flash media card to begin enjoying your photos or a friend's.
Slideshow Photo Viewing
Computer Free Image Viewing
USB 2.0 Card Reader
Horizontal or Vertical Positioning
Convenient Remote Control
Digital Photo Frame 8.4" LCD
AC Power Adapter
Screen Dimensions 8.4 inches
Brightness 300 cd/m2
Photo File Format JPEG
Memory Card Formats SD, MMC, MS, or CF
Usage Options Manual, Remote Control, or Slideshow
Power Supply AC 100~240V DC12V
Operating Temperature -5c to +50c
Max Power Consumption 12w
Supported Operating Systems Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Mac OS 10.3 or above
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