7" Digital Photo Frame 480*234 Pixel TFT LCD (Black) - £40.80 delivered ! - HotUKDeals
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7" Digital Photo Frame 480*234 Pixel TFT LCD in Black - £40.80 delivered @ ebuyer

Specifications: Display: 7 inch, 480*234 Pixel TFT LCD | Supported Memory Cards: SD and MMC | Slide show supporting JPEG format | Supports a file size up to 4MB | Features slide show intervals of 5s/15s/30s/1m/15m/30m/45m/1h | Buttons for easy control of all necessary functions | Easy operation without remote controller | Hook holes for application on the wall | Power Supply: DC 12V, 1.35 - 1.5A input | Accessories: Manual, Adapter, Stand
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#1
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#2
Thanks for the images Predikuesi :)
#3
It looks similar to the clear one I bought from them and the same description - and so it does not come with a remote control.
#4
Im still not too sure about these things! Although thinking about it they would make a nice case mod for my pc would look sweet inserted into the side panel! Does anyone know what voltage they run on? I can feel a dremel moment coming on! Sorry scrap that about voltage, its 12v so thats the yellow and the black from a molex. Me thinks i'll be getting one! Thanks edi
#5
Hi guys, my first post here.

I have this black photo frame from ebuyer.

I can confirm does come with a remote :thumbsup:

However, the annoying "photo frame" text accross the frame may be enough to put some people off :)
#6
Ive ordered two of these and they should arrive tomorrow so will let you know if it comes with a remote.
I ordered two at £29.99+VAT so totaling £70.47 and got free delivery and a few pennies through quidco too.
Every little helps
#7
harlzter
Im still not too sure about these things! Although thinking about it they would make a nice case mod for my pc would look sweet inserted into the side panel! Does anyone know what voltage they run on? I can feel a dremel moment coming on! Sorry scrap that about voltage, its 12v so thats the yellow and the black from a molex. Me thinks i'll be getting one! Thanks edi


Nice idea, but wouldn't it be at risk from heat inside your PC over a period of time? I'm thinking internal components dying. Also how would you switch the frame on or off from inside your PC? And inserting memory cards would be difficult too without removing your side panel everytime you want to switch it on/off or remove the memory card.

Sorry if I've put a downer on you project, just thought I'd point it out.

Good luck with it...
[mod]#8
Good price edi, thanks! :) It would make a quirky Mothers Day prezzy too!

Welcome to Hukd's hannay and thanks for the feedback :thumbsup: Good to know it comes with a remote
#9
Just a note about these. Many of them appear to use the same dodgy screen, which is pretty horrible to look at. The only ones I've seen that are any good are the Philips range, which finally appear to be dropping below the £100 mark from various sources (ebay, that sort of thing).

As for the casemod project - the controls for these are often at the back of the frame could be an issue unless you're VERY handy with the soldering iron and dremel :)
#10
Nice find, great for the mantlepiece.

Only downer is it is not battery/rechargeable powered :(

may still get one, havent decided yet.
#11
I ordered one for a birthday gift for my mum in law whos in her 60s and very simple and easy to use - yes the picture quality is not fantastic but what do you expect for £40!
#12
mikeyp
Nice find, great for the mantlepiece.

Only downer is it is not battery/rechargeable powered :(

may still get one, havent decided yet.


Well its 12v so you could hook it up to a car battery :thumbsup:


Seriously though i think these things are still generally vastly over priced and will fall dramatically over the next year.
#13
harlzter
Im still not too sure about these things! Although thinking about it they would make a nice case mod for my pc would look sweet inserted into the side panel! Does anyone know what voltage they run on? I can feel a dremel moment coming on! Sorry scrap that about voltage, its 12v so thats the yellow and the black from a molex. Me thinks i'll be getting one! Thanks edi


12V is black and red, yellow is 5V+. Be really careful with this oe you could end up destroying the photo frame or the PSU.
#14
I prefer this one at SVP,

http://svp.co.uk/products-solo.php?pid=1751

it supports video as well (AVI, DivX, Xdiv and Mpeg4) and has speakers.

£15 more delivered though

http://svp.co.uk/prodimages/ha4546.jpg
#15
the Ebuyer one looks ok. I wonder what the picture quality is like. anyone able to take a snapshot using the macro setting on their digi camera?
banned#16
Ordered a pair as Mothers Day gifts. Thanks for the idea, unusual pressie! Rep added
#17
Just seen a 7" instore at Asda at £45 , sorry i did not get any more details i intended going back but got distracted in the wine aisle.
#18
I prefer the white one. Same price too!

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P0120942_C0000033_P0000000.jpg
#19
d_dixon50
Nice idea, but wouldn't it be at risk from heat inside your PC over a period of time? I'm thinking internal components dying. Also how would you switch the frame on or off from inside your PC? And inserting memory cards would be difficult too without removing your side panel everytime you want to switch it on/off or remove the memory card.

Sorry if I've put a downer on you project, just thought I'd point it out.

Good luck with it...

Heats no problem as my pc runs with an air temp inside of on average 25C, switching would be via a switch adapted inline and routed to the front panel of pc, and how often would you want to change the memory card? it would be a spare one anyway and as they are dirt cheap now a 512 would suffice for the pictures id actually want to display, and i have a custom case with a single thumb screw for all the panels! Ill let you know how it goes and maybe post some pics for inspiration! Oh the joys (and numerous headaches) of case modding!
#20
scotty6435
12V is black and red, yellow is 5V+. Be really careful with this oe you could end up destroying the photo frame or the PSU.

No mate double checked and its as i said yellow +12v, Red +5 See here: http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#peripheral
or here http://www.cpemma.co.uk/7volt.html hope this helps someone else out too!

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