Pre-order: ATMT 7-inch LCD Digital Photo Frame ONLY £49.99 @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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Looks like this is going to be a bit of a price drop on these items - the digital photo frames from amazon. You can pre-order this ATMT one for £49.99, and it is due out on the 23rd of October. In case anyone does not yet know what these are - it is a digital photo fram, onto which you can upload all your cool piccys, to be displayed wherever you want!

These have been around the £100 mark up to now...

Details: Our Price: £49.99 & this item Delivered FREE in the UK with Super Saver Delivery. This item is due to be released on 23 October, 2006. Please note that release dates are subject to change. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.
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#1
http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B000IWD5I4.01._SS500_SCLZZZZZZZ_V40856188_.jpg

I think these would make an excellent Christmas present, loaded up with family pics :)
#2
http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B000IWD5MA.01._SS500_SCLZZZZZZZ_V40637578_.jpg

^^^ This ATMT one will also be available from the 1st of November, priced a bit more at £69.99 as it will have a remote control and built-in MP3/MP4!!!
#3
These look really cool, the kids will love this especially if their in the picures lol.
The price has always put me off these but now there getting more affordable.... about time.
good deal Emma
#4
Anyone have any more details of this - screen resolution etc, how the photos are stored - memory card, inbuilt memory etc etc? Couldn't see this product mentioned on the ATMT website.
#5
Features:
1) Photo: 9 pictures, slideshow, 12 photo presentation, photo rotation,
photo size adjustment: 4:3 or 16:9
2) Photo format: JPG
3) Video: MP4 / DivX, AVI / VOB, MPG1, 2, 3, 4
4) Audio: MP3, WMA, WAV
5) Support media: SD, MMC, MS, USB2.0 interface, hard disk
6) Composite video
7) Built-in audio
8) OTG function
9) Voltage: input: 90 to 250V, output: 12V
10) Languages: French, English, German, Spanish Portuguese, Italian, Danish
11) Voltage: input 90 to 250V, output: 12V
12) Solution: ESS
13) Resolution: 1440 x 238
14) 7" super high clear TFT screen display
15) Color: upon on requests
16) Materials: PCB, IC, plastic frame
17) 7" digital frame dimensions (L x H x W): 22 x 16 x 2cm

Thats just one example matey, they do vary tho.
[admin]#6
This looks like a brilliant price! I don't think I've seen a 7" this cheap before. As you say perfect xmas gift, load it up with family pictures and then give it to mum or grandparents!
#7
First time on Hotdeals. Looks like a good deal. Isn't it ????
#8
I was wondering if the price drop on these things was due to the feature on TV in the Gadget Show, which basically said they were all very disappointing and overpriced. Don't recall if this particular model was reviewed but you might want to take a look at one before buying.
#9
Yes, that feature on last nights Gadget Show was pretty damning about these frames. They tried a cheap one first (£99) and said the picture quality was appaling and very pixelated. Even the £2000 one with 3 screens was slated.

The guy ended up getting an old 15" TFT and sticking a wood frame around it and it looked much better.
#10
Good spot...

Looks almost too good to be true... which rather makes me suspicious....
What's it missing for that price... googling doesn't seem to reveal anything about the manufacturer or any reviews...
I'm curious saxo_appeal, where did you find the specs?
#11
wozwebs
Yes, that feature on last nights Gadget Show was pretty damning about these frames. They tried a cheap one first (£99) and said the picture quality was appaling and very pixelated. Even the £2000 one with 3 screens was slated.

The guy ended up getting an old 15" TFT and sticking a wood frame around it and it looked much better.


Shame... I missed that last night...
I've heard people say good things about the Philips ones mind... did they review a Philips one last night?
#12
Yes, I heard before that the philips ones in particular were excellent. I doubt that review last night is the reason for the amazon price drops - I think this drop has been in the works for a while.

With the falling prices of 17" and 19" monitors, they cannot justify charging £100 for a 7" LCD, which is almost the same thing, just with a built in card reader. I think other retailers will follow these price drops in the run up to christmas.
#13
be warned the gadget show didnt like these at all said the pic quality was very poor and the colours washed out.

they even reviewed one at £2k!
#14
They did mention the Philips one at the end and said it was the exception to the rule and very good quality. Jason said his mother in law bought him one last christmas and he loves it. Best price they found was £139.99 for it.
#15
saxo_appeal
Features:
1) Photo: 9 pictures, slideshow, 12 photo presentation, photo rotation,
photo size adjustment: 4:3 or 16:9
2) Photo format: JPG
3) Video: MP4 / DivX, AVI / VOB, MPG1, 2, 3, 4
4) Audio: MP3, WMA, WAV
5) Support media: SD, MMC, MS, USB2.0 interface, hard disk
6) Composite video
7) Built-in audio
8) OTG function
9) Voltage: input: 90 to 250V, output: 12V
10) Languages: French, English, German, Spanish Portuguese, Italian, Danish
11) Voltage: input 90 to 250V, output: 12V
12) Solution: ESS
13) Resolution: 1440 x 238
14) 7" super high clear TFT screen display
15) Color: upon on requests
16) Materials: PCB, IC, plastic frame
17) 7" digital frame dimensions (L x H x W): 22 x 16 x 2cm

Thats just one example matey, they do vary tho.


Don't mean to be rude but are those the specs for the above frame, otherwise its a bit pointless quoting them as, as you say yourself, "they do vary".
#16
saxo_appeal
Features:
13) Resolution: 1440 x 238


Is that really correct? The numbers seem odd for something that has a 16:9 aspect ratio, or maybe it has seriously rectangular pixels?

Stompa
#17
1440 x 238 would look a bit like -

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I think its a typo.

Yeah the gadget show said all of them were awful except the phillips, they do seem incredibly overpriced for a photo frame, id get bored of it in about 2 days.
#18
erics
Don't mean to be rude but are those the specs for the above frame, otherwise its a bit pointless quoting them as, as you say yourself, "they do vary".


Sheeesh people are so quick to pick out faults, that post was just for an example, i took it from the net and hoped it would be a bit of usefull information.
I didnt think id get critics ;-)
#19
These certainly seem like they should be cheaper :)

You can get a 7" prtable dvd player for close to this price and this deal is for a cheapy frame.

Hopefully the market will adjust itself shortly as I'd quite like to buy a couple as presents but would prefer to pay about this price for a decent brand one.
#20
The pricing for digital photo frames is certainly on the high side. I would like to get a 15" TFT - cost about £80 and run as a photo frame standalone. Any idea what other equipment I would need?
1 Like #21
Lowtrawler
The pricing for digital photo frames is certainly on the high side. I would like to get a 15" TFT - cost about £80 and run as a photo frame standalone. Any idea what other equipment I would need?


i suppose the cheapest pc u can buy really
#22
I've got a Philips monitor, which is also a photo frame. Whilst it was pricey it stood out from the rest - so much that I've two in the house.
#23
orangeman
i suppose the cheapest pc u can buy really


I was hoping there might be an add-on VGA box with card reader that would feed the screen (preferably small enough to fit behind the screen). Connecting to a PC means it isn't a viable option.
#24
Stompa
Is that really correct? The numbers seem odd for something that has a 16:9 aspect ratio, or maybe it has seriously rectangular pixels?

Stompa


Sometimes manufacturers quote horizontal pixel counts which are 3x the 'real' figure for colour panels because they're counting each Red, Green and Blue sub-pixel separately. Happens a lot with panels intended for industrial applications etc.

I think that this will be a 480 x 238 display.
#25
Welcome to the HUKD forums timbuk2 and thanks for your first post!
#26
So did anyone get one in the end?
#27
Lowtrawler
The pricing for digital photo frames is certainly on the high side. I would like to get a 15" TFT - cost about £80 and run as a photo frame standalone. Any idea what other equipment I would need?

If you can get the guts of a cheapo digital camera then you can feed the output from that into the 15" lcd tv. Check out [url]www.hackaday.com[/url] and [url]www.hackedgadgets.com[/url] & even [url]www.mini-itx.com[/url] for ideas in this area.

Oh, and ebuyer were doing 14" monitors for £58 the other week. Almost as cheap as the 7" photoframe.
#28
I've ordered one to have a look at it. Will let you know the quality when it arrives :)
#29
thekanester
If you can get the guts of a cheapo digital camera then you can feed the output from that into the 15" lcd tv. Check out www.hackaday.com and www.hackedgadgets.com & even www.mini-itx.com for ideas in this area.

Oh, and ebuyer were doing 14" monitors for £58 the other week. Almost as cheap as the 7" photoframe.


1. Its a christmas present.
2. Who in their right mind would want to have a 14/15" monitor on their desk. The whole idea is that its non intrusive.

But that is a good idea lol
#30
Mine arrived today.
Utter rubbish I'm afraid.

I didn't think my expectations were particularly high but poor control interface, distorted images, narrow viewing angles and resolution that's comparable to my mobile phone meant that mine had to go back.
Oh - and the PSU was dead, but I was able to test as I had a similarly rated power brick knocking around.

Pity - but I think better ones will hit this sort of price in due course.
#31
I think there was one advertised on the telly from comet at £49.99...

Are these the same ones?

EDIT: Here is its... http://www.comet.co.uk/cometbrowse/product.do?sku=350133 and it doesnt look the same.

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