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8" BT Wifi eFrame 1000 - £39.00 Delivered @ BT Shop

£39.00 @ BT Shop
Bargain wireless photo frame, Flickr compatible. Down from £129.99! 8.0" TFT digital LCD display with 800x600 resolution (16m colours) Built in Wireless Send or stream photos from PC wirelessl… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Bargain wireless photo frame, Flickr compatible.

Down from £129.99!

8.0" TFT digital LCD display with 800x600 resolution (16m colours)
Built in Wireless
Send or stream photos from PC wirelessly
Stream albums from any Flickr account (think of the sharing possibilities for family & friends) add MP3 tracks to enhance slide-shows
Stereo speakers
On Board Memory 128Mb
LCD timer for scheduled on / off
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#1
cracking deal....really well spotted
#2
http://www.shop.bt.com/images/Product/UNI2/DigitalContent/53/53NL_766996DA-866C-4DA6-9302-E715EECF3A17_large.jpg

Good spec for the price but I wouldn't want one in my house.

Good spot for the price. :thumbsup:

http://www.shop.bt.com/images/Product/UNI2/DigitalContent/53/53NL_7490FF9F-3264-45B4-87B5-4B9B5B6AE6A2_large.jpg
#3
Any reviews on this? So many similar devices in the past which never seem to work as well as you would expect, looks a good find though.
#4
Well found. A bargain @ this price & free delivery.
#5
The only reviews I could find were on the BT Shop site:

http://www.shop.bt.com/ProductReviews.aspx?Quicklinx=53NL

Seems reasonable, I think. If not, it can be returned i'm sure!
banned#6
good price, but does anyone actually want one? The novelty wears off rapidly
#7
Mascherano
good price, but does anyone actually want one? The novelty wears off rapidly


I do. Voted hot and rep given OP. Great find.
#8
I have one. The picture quality is really good, very crisp. It's not widescreen and the borders around it are quite thick, but for £39 it's a cracking deal.
banned#9
good find, heat
#10
10% Quidco too!
#11
The samsung on scan for £28 delivered if you get free delivery is better a samsung panel 128mb of onboard memory and the same res as this i ordered one friday on today only
http://www.scan.co.uk/TodayOnly/Index.aspx

http://www.techfresh.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/05/samsung-spf-72h-1-thumb.jpg
#12
That one doesn't have wifi.
#13
Sunni
I have one. The picture quality is really good, very crisp. It's not widescreen and the borders around it are quite thick, but for £39 it's a cracking deal.


I can't understand why people want widescreen digital photo frames - the aspect ratio of a digital image is usually 4:3, or 3:2 for DSLR sensors (widescreen is 16:9).
#14
I've been after one where you can send either by wifi or USB an image to the frame.
Want to use it as a status display for a PVR.
#15
Charlie628
The Today Only offer on Scan has changed - and that one doesn't have wifi.


No it hasn't I've just been on there and its still there and i never said it had wifi but personally i wouldn't want my PC burning energy just to power a picture frame so a very pointless idea and last time i checked BT are not famous for there LCD panels. The OP gets a little upset when you criticize his bargain
#16
Was after one and the BT one looks great, but the assholes only ship to cardholder address if you're a new customer (I'll never be home during the day).
#17
polly69
To it hasent ive just been on there and its still there and i never said it had wifi but personally i wouldnt want my pc burning energy just to power a picture frame so a very pointless idea and last time i checked BT are not famous for there lcd pannels


:oops: Sorry, I stand corrected.

This is the best price for a digital photo frame with wifi that I could find.

The Samsung frame is only 7", this one is 8".

This is just a heads-up for anyone looking for similar - not a debate in to panels etc etc!
#18
Charlie628;4766218
I can't understand why people want widescreen digital photo frames - the aspect ratio of a digital image is usually 4:3, or 3:2 for DSLR sensors (widescreen is 16:9).

I know, while there are some 16:9 cameras out there the majority are not - I've always been puzzled why so many of these photo frames are 16:9 as I doubt most people know of the tools to batch convert their pictures to fit the frame.

This looks a great deal with both wifi and a suitable aspect ratio but the other issue I'd wonder about is how good is the screen? Many of the frames I've seen have cheap screens which makes them fairly pointless to me.

John
#19
Looks a good deal on the face of it, but I wonder why it's been reduced so much..:thinking:
#20
A few weeks back PC-world had the wifi version of the kodak for £29 so this isn't a one off and for those that don't want wifi or need it the samsung is a mile better panel.
#21
OK - This is for people that might have missed the PC World offer, and who need Wifi or Flickr access! :p
#22
I've actually seen one used as an advertising board in a chipshop. Not a bad idea as the display can be changed on the computer then sent to the frame, so any business might be worht taking an interest in.
#23
Looks a brilliant deal, heat added, just grabbed myself one!
#24
Like I said, the screen is very good on this. Most photoframes have crappy resolutiuon. This is very crisp.
#25
polly69;4766148
The samsung on scan for £28 delivered if you get free delivery is better a samsung panel 128mb of onboard memory and the same res as this i ordered one friday on today only
http://www.scan.co.uk/TodayOnly/Index.aspx

http://www.techfresh.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/05/samsung-spf-72h-1-thumb.jpg


Looks a good spec but it's widescreen. Most people have cameras that take 4:3 ratio so the BT would suit them better. Not sure if the Samsung has a remote either.
#26
polly69
No it hasn't I've just been on there and its still there and i never said it had wifi but personally i wouldn't want my PC burning energy just to power a picture frame so a very pointless idea and last time i checked BT are not famous for there LCD panels. The OP gets a little upset when you criticize his bargain


The PC doesn't power the frame, just allows it to use pictures and video from the pc, if desired. The frame also takes memory cards and usb sticks, so all it needs is a power adaptor which is provided.
#27
martint123;4766226

Want to use it as a status display for a PVR.


?
#28
tacky tat
#29
woodstock
?


Yeah, I'm gonna use mine to push pics of my Google Calender. Then I'll use it to replace that loser paper-based one in the hallway ;-)
#30
polly69;4766148
The samsung on scan for £28 delivered if you get free delivery is better a samsung panel 128mb of onboard memory and the same res as this i ordered one friday on today only
http://www.scan.co.uk/TodayOnly/Index.aspx

http://www.techfresh.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/05/samsung-spf-72h-1-thumb.jpg


Perhaps I'm looking at the wrong one, but the only Samsung I can see at Scan has a lower res of 800x480.....?
#31
****** - just gone OOS! Ordered one anyway - see what happens!
#32
This is another review, quite recent and promising too..

http://droza.net/blog/2009/03/28/bt-eframe-1000-first-thoughts/
#33
This is a good deal - I've got one - I bought it from John Lewis couple of months ago half price then @ £58.
#34
martint123:
Want to use it as a status display for a PVR.
woodstock;4766450
?


I have a PVR PC (no screen or keyboard) that currently can record half a dozen or so programs simultaneously. I'd like to use one of these to use as a status screen of what the tuners are doing, disk space etc. It's easy enough generating a picture from the data - it's just not many Picture Frames you can pus the image to.

Looks like they're all gone from BT and Dabs though
#35
Thanks OP just ordered one.
Good price for all the features and resolution.
The T3 review is worth a read.

http://www.t3.com/reviews/cameras/digital-cameras/group-test-digital-photo-frames

BillyBits
#36
Charlie628
The only reviews I could find were on the BT Shop site:

http://www.shop.bt.com/ProductReviews.aspx?Quicklinx=53NL

Seems reasonable, I think. If not, it can be returned i'm sure!


http://www.t3.com/reviews/cameras/digital-cameras/group-test-digital-photo-frames

Doh! That must have taken me longer than I thought!
#37
Haha - the review:

BT eFrame 1000
£66
Love: Great screen. Wi-Fi built in. Takes images from a wide range of sources and plays music too
Hate: Poundland build. No menu button. No battery
We say: Ignore the cheap finish and focus instead on the eFrame's sharp pictures and Wi-Fi
Score: Four

"Poundland build quality" - I'm tempted to try and mount it behind another frame surround!
#38
It says out of stock, It's still happy to take my order though so I hope it turns up.
#39
Accepted order @ £31.46... BT Employee :)

Thanks Charlie
#40
Fantastic deal. I ordered two for Christmas presents at £63.60 each and they are brilliant. Dont look cheap at all and the picture quality is fantastic. You'll love it! But that's because I love features on a frame rather than pure simplicity for technophobes.

Would order one for myself if they werent OOS.

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