Jessops Digital LCD 10.4" Hi-Resolution 2GB Frame £69.99 (£62.99 with voucher) @ Jessops - HotUKDeals
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Ordered this for collection in store tommorow since my Toshiba L80 died on me yesterday. Seems a good price for a 10", and more importantly 800x600 photo frame. You can also bring the price down to £62.99 using 10% code : DIGITALFRAMES10
... Has anyone alse had experience with Jessops digital frames? The only downside that i can see is that the slideshow is around 13 seconds even at its slowest setting.

... oh and dont forget quidco (i did LOL)

Product details:

Advancing from the popular Jessops 10.4" Hi-Resolution Frame, this frame boasts a large 2GB internal memory, built in editing suite, auto rotate function, improved video compatibility, and an improved user interface.

* High resolution LCD screen with 4:3 ratio for exceptional image quality
* 2GB Internal memory with a copy and resize function allowing the storage of hundreds of photos
* Auto rotate function for displaying portrait photos
* Built-in ArcSoft software with Dynamic lighting, face beautify and face tracking modes
* Multi card slots for SDHC, DS, MMC, CF, MS, XD and USB
* MP3 function for playing your favourite MP3 to your slideshow
* Video playback with sound
* Magic window function for displaying multiple photos on screen
* File sorting menu
* Clock and calendar and alarm function with slideshow
* Remote control included
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I got this when it was £56 a few weeks ago, really good quality screen if you take the time to resize your photos. There is an inbuilt function to optimise but I chose Fireworks to resize all to 800 x 600

Only down side, no way of shuffling photos. Always start playing at the start

Only down side, no way of shuffling photos. Always start playing at the start

Thats abit of a pain. I would have thought all digiframes would have a shuffle option. :roll: Does it have an auto on/off option?
I bought the 8" version of the Jessops frame last year and I have to say it is excellent - far better than a more expensive "brand" frame that I also bought (and ultimately sent back!). If you're not worried about having the built in memory ie. you're happy to use a USB stick, this can also be had for £39 (£35.10 with the 10% voucher):

The 8" version with 2GB of memory is also only £49 (£44.10 with the voucher), although I did buy this recently when it was reduced to even less:
Thanks for your reply Guswold :thumbsup: Yeah, my busted Tosh is 8.4", so i would rather go up a few inches rather than down 1/2 inch. Also from what i understand the 2gb are newer versions that are less buggy. Could you tell me if yours has an auto on/off setting?
Hi omisnad - no problem, and the bigger screen is very nice. I had a look at it in store recently, but ended up plumping for the 8" 'cos it was a great offer! But don't tell my mum as it's a present for her... :whistling:

Not sure what the auto on/off function is - if you mean can it can be set to come on and turn off at certain times then no it doesn't have that (not that I've found anyway!), but it can be set to sleep after either 2, 4 or 8 hours.
if you mean can it can be set to come on and turn off at certain times then no it doesn't have that (not that I've found anyway!)

Yeah thats what i meant , shame ... nevermind. At least it has a sleep function and the remote control. The tosh didnt have a remote and the power button is on the back of the unit, so it was a pain since it is wall mounted.

Suprisingly my mother phoned me last night cause she is looking for a digiframe for my brother at xmas and saw the jessops 8" advertised in the press. She is a complete tech noob and wanted my advice. I said i was getting this one thats similar, and will let her know tonight if its any good.
8 inch one is good - old 8 inch version has shuffle weird if this one doesn't have it.
edit "Random Picture Shuffle " according to desc on old 10.4 too - even more strange
For the record .. i picked up mine today and its most impressive. Nice big(ish) clear, bright and viberant screen. thumbsup: .. and no, there isnt a shuffle/random slideshow function.
None in stock near me, and won't home deliver...... Actually might see if they are in stock near my office!
None in stock near me, and won't home deliver...... Actually might see if they are in stock near my office!

Why wont they home deliver ? I ordered one a few days ago and recieved it very quick through the home delivery service.:thumbsup:
so this always starts with the same photo? so if you have 500 photos on there, you are basically going to see the first couple of hundred all the time?

I am really keen on this but that is a bit of a deal breaker for me.

Does anyone have any experience of the version with the lesser memory, 256mb, as this one has a shuffle function?

on the 2gb one, what s is the file sorting function?

finally, can anyone comment on the picture quality of the 256mb and this one, is there much of a difference?

Thanks for all your help
I just bought the 8" 2GB (new) version for the in-laws Christmas prezzie and had a play with it -- VERY impressed with the picture quality of the 800x600 panel and it has no problem playing photos, videos and MP3s. Excellent value for money compared to other photo frames and I assume the 10.4" will be too.

Downsides I've noted:
- No random shuffle feature. Had to do a random batch renaming of my photo files before loading them into the frame, so they're shuffled but unfortunately they'll stay in that order all the time. File sort options are "no sort", "date/time", "name".
- Photo display durations in the slideshow are much too quick... it only allows you to choose between fast (5 sec.), medium (8 sec.) and slow (12 sec.). The option for settings such as 1 minute or 15 minutes would be much more useful.
- When I copied a LOT of photos from my PC to the 2GB internal memory via a USB cable I found that it wouldn't let me copy more than about 128 files... maybe it only allows this many in the root folder. Easy solution is to create multiple folders (e.g., photos1, photos2, photos3, music1, etc.) and copy 128 or less files into each. The frame scans all folders first so it doesn't matter where the files are, they'll always be picked out and displayed in the right order.

Despite these issues I'd still recommend these Jessops frames for the price.

I'm also tempted to get one of the 8" Coby frames on for £39.99 to compare... if anyone has one of them and can gives pros and cons it would be helpful !!

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