COSKIN PF10.008 1.4" (3.8 cm) Digital Frame/Alarm Clock - Pixmania - £8 + £4.40 p & p - 6% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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COSKIN PF10.008 1.4" (3.8 cm) Digital Frame/Alarm Clock

With its modern design, the PF10.008 alarm clock from Coskin has a 1.4-inch LCD screen so you can display all of your favourite digital photos on a quality support. Equipped with 1 MB of internal memory, the PF10.008 can store up to 60 photos. The slideshow mode lets you scroll through your photos continuously. The temperature and time display are also very handy. With the PF10.008 picture frame/alarm clock, you can keep all of your favourite memories on your bedside table.

£20 amazon plus p & p
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I got one of these from dealextreme for about the same price. Very difficult to work( program date time ect). If this one comes with reel englesh instructions though it may be better.
my sister got me one at christmas - very plasticky, again instructions had very bad english, and 1mb of memory to hold 60 photo's? with the quality of digital camera's now the average size of a single photo is more than that; i don't think any amount of 'shrinking' would allow 60 photo's on to 1mb.
in my opinion it's not worth the money
Does this only work with batteries ?
Received one today and found it only displays pictures for a couple of minutes, then the display goes blank, so its not a picture frame at all really just an alarm clock. I know its to save the batteries but you could have always used rechargeables, also the slideshow mode is spoilt by the on screen battery level and picture number that flashes up all the time - if anyone know how to turn these off please let me know.

Otherwise build quality, etc good for the price.

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