Ebuyer 7" Digital Photo Frame 480*234 Pixel TFT LCD in Silver - £22.97 inc VAT and del. - HotUKDeals
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This is just the same as the other 7" digital photo frame from Ebuyer which was previously posted (http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=61308 ) except this one is silver and even cheaper!

HTH,

Binary0110

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 to4MB
# 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
- binary0110
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#1
Is the white frame a different model to the black and silver framed version.

if you click the "more images" link, then compare the view of the control buttons, they are different. Also, the shape of the back is different
#2
JayBird
Is the white frame a different model to the black and silver framed version.

if you click the "more images" link, then compare the view of the control buttons, they are different. Also, the shape of the back is different


Hmm...yes, you are right. This one also appears to have a remote control and a USB and compact flash card slot - perhaps a different model?
#3
Silver frame

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0125779-05.jpg

White frame

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0120942-04.jpg

Black Frame

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0125778-03.jpg
#4
Went for this for a wedding gift. Voted hot.
#5
Total: £28.79 with Kingston 1GB Secure Digital Card :)
Nice one!! thank! ;)
#6
Voting Cold... Voucher deal! Anything could be a deal with £10 off!
#7
These are often £45+ so its a good deal fullstop.

Some people are cold themselves
#8
c00li0
These are often £45+ so its a good deal fullstop.

Some people are cold themselves


Some people don't respect other peoples opinions - i wont leave reasons any more! Thanks a lot.
#9
Xbox 360 Premium; £260 + delivery after code
PS3 six axis wireless controller; £22.99 + delivery after code

One is a crp deal, the other good, so not everything Gary. Personally I think its useful to have the better ones highlighted with threads like this. Maybe having them all in one thread would be more appropriate but after the bad reception my last suggestion of this type received maybe not. :x

Thanks to the OP for pointing out a good deal :thumbsup:

PS- no disrespect intended, just thought I'd add my tuppence
#10
Great find binary0110. Been looking for one of these for ages but didn't want to pay top whack. Also needed more DVD+RWs. Got a pack of 10 dvds, photo frame and 1GB SD card, all for £33.09 delivered. Voted hot.
#11
gary_rip
Voting Cold... Voucher deal! Anything could be a deal with £10 off!


Yes, that is true Gary, but I actually asked binary to post this in a seperate thread, as it is a very good price for this item :) You know it is your choice to vote cold, and I am glad you post your reasons, please don't stop leaving them.
#12
Great price - voted Hot

just a shame it's got 'Photo Frame' written on it, can't see the point of that, I think we'd guess that.
1 Like #13
Well if you asked him to post it i would of voted it hot! lol

You know me - im only being a drama queen!

And theres no need for "Some people are cold themselves" - girl!
#14
good deal

out of interest does anyone know what the power consumption is for one of these?
#15
I wish I could vote this hotter. I've been watching for something like this for about 5 months for myself, so I can prove to everyone in the office that my kids really ARE the cutest in the world.

Problem is, now the wife wants 3 for wedding presents this summer.:o

Great find, many thanks!.
#16
Laughing_Jack
I wish I could vote this hotter. I've been watching for something like this for about 5 months for myself, so I can prove to everyone in the office that my kids really ARE the cutest in the world.

Problem is, now the wife wants 3 for wedding presents this summer.:o

Great find, many thanks!.


Well, make 3 seperate orders - the code will work 3 times :) Welcome to HUKD !
#17
Oh, believe me, I did. Between the deal and Google checkout, you guys saved me about 100 quid today. Thanks!
#18
Laughing_Jack
Oh, believe me, I did. Between the deal and Google checkout, you guys saved me about 100 quid today. Thanks!


:w00t: Nice one :w00t:
#19
Just ordered mine.

Thanks for the post.
#20
Many thanks to OP for spotting this bargain.

Been considering the purchase of a digital photo frame for a while now, two things that have stopped me thus far are price and most importantly not knowing what the actual quality will be like. Going by specs alone doesn't guarantee how good the image displayed will be as lots of these frames have similar/same specs. Have yet to see a working one on display in a shop even my local John Lewis department store! :thinking:

At this price I'm sure tempted though, would be good to hear from anyone who has ordered this with their opinions...

Ta.

Cheekster.
#21
Does anyone know the situation if you have a free postage credit applied to your ebuyer account if they automatically use it next time you order or can you specify to actually pay for postage instead and save it for another item?


G
#22
arnold.rimmer
good deal

out of interest does anyone know what the power consumption is for one of these?


Using the details in the specs (12V @ 1.5A) the power usage should be around 8W max.
#23
What a BARGAIN at the price mentioned on the first post!!!!!!!!


However I am after the black one, but am getting £28!


http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/shopping/index.html?action=c2hvd2NhcnQ%3D

but I notice that people are getting the frame + a memory card for this price?

Am I missing something? also I thought wouldnt this be a good buy

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/126479/product_info/rb/26907133414

as it has way more functions, but to be honest I just want it to show the pics really well without having to trim them etc???

So which one is the best to go for?
#24
Wow, you can also get another 0.1% back via quidco!?
#25
I think its a great deal. ebuyer ask too much for Northern Ireland but with google checkout it was £22.79 with delivery. :)
#26
arnold.rimmer
good deal

out of interest does anyone know what the power consumption is for one of these?


i think its got an ant size carbon footprint ;-)
#27
thanks, ordered one with 512mb sd card
#28
kmcgirr
Using the details in the specs (12V @ 1.5A) the power usage should be around 8W max.


Err you missed a 1 out. 12V x 1.5A = 18W :-D
#29
cheers op gone for one to display pictures of the newborn :thumbsup:
#30
Laughing_Jack
Oh, believe me, I did. Between the deal and Google checkout, you guys saved me about 100 quid today. Thanks!



What is Google checkout?
#31
Does anyone know if any of the cheaper ones take an XD card as I can only see that the more expensive one does however after reading one of the reviews, somebody said it did take the XD card but this was not listed.
#32
would be good if anybody can give feedback on quality if poss?
#33
SkippyDoo
What a BARGAIN at the price mentioned on the first post!!!!!!!!


However I am after the black one, but am getting £28!


http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/shopping/index.html?action=c2hvd2NhcnQ%3D

but I notice that people are getting the frame + a memory card for this price?

Am I missing something? also I thought wouldnt this be a good buy

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/126479/product_info/rb/26907133414

as it has way more functions, but to be honest I just want it to show the pics really well without having to trim them etc???

So which one is the best to go for?


Please could someone reply as really wanna buy one :)
#34
Ruzzz
Err you missed a 1 out. 12V x 1.5A = 18W :-D



So I did, all these years studying electronics wasted!!

To make up it uses between 16.2 & 18W ;-)
#35
Just bought one with a 1gb SD card, and extras.

For £30 all in, worth the risk - if any !!

Jav

Voted hot !
#36
last weekend i went to a computer fair that were selling loads of these chinese import no-name frames....some were gobsmackingly good quality & brightness with great viewing angles for around 35 quid....others were total pants....tbh its a lottery whether these frames will be good or bad but for the money its worth the gamble!
#37
wow so chuffed - ive been wanting one of these for ages, at this price i couldnt say no!!! thank you xxx
#38
why not? after all it is a HOT DEAL!!!!
#39
I get 'Sorry, Google Checkout is experiencing a small problem processing new accounts right now. Please try back again in a few minutes.'

Bryan
#40
SkippyDoo
What a BARGAIN at the price mentioned on the first post!!!!!!!!


However I am after the black one, but am getting £28!


http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/shopping/index.html?action=c2hvd2NhcnQ%3D

but I notice that people are getting the frame + a memory card for this price?

Am I missing something? also I thought wouldnt this be a good buy

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/126479/product_info/rb/26907133414

as it has way more functions, but to be honest I just want it to show the pics really well without having to trim them etc???

So which one is the best to go for?



There are slight differences between them, mostly asthetic from what I can see. However, as they are three different items, they come up at 3 different prices.

If you follow the deal link you should get the cheapest of the 3 frames. Just remember to use the Super Saver shipping (up to 5 day delivery) and Google checkout.

For anyone wondering what google checkout it, it's one of the payment options when you go to pay for your shopping cart. This requires a Google Checkout account, but they're free (and quite easy, though it's reportedly been experiencing difficulties in the last little bit, presumably due to server loading) to set-up. If you click on the Google Checkout button, it'll go through to the Google Checkout page. From there you can either register for a new account or sign in to your existing account.

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