Samsung SPF107H 10" Digital Photo Frame 1024 x 600 resolution with 2nd monitor function £20 off @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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genuine £20 off if you buy online either at PC world or currys

Yes its £80, and yes you can get cheaper, smaller, lower resolution picture frames, but I was actually going to buy this instore yesterday because of the quality and features, then to get home and see it for 20 quid off if I buy online

dont 4% Cashback from Quidco

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The Samsung SPF-107H 10" Digital Photo Frame comes with a 1GB internal flash drive, which can hold up to 3000 photos. Dont look at the same picture every day change it so that all your favourite pictures get a chance to be on display!

With a smart grey finish, this Samsung SPF-107H also has a 500:1 contrast ratio and a bright, 250 cd/m2 screen that will really show your JPEG photos off beautifully. This sophisticated frame can be powered via its internal rechargeable battery, which can feed off the mains or an available USB port.

You can expand the memory of the Samsung SPF107H 10" Digital Photo Frame, too, thanks to a built-in SD card slot. Enjoy viewing your latest photos whilst keeping your all-time favourites on the internal drive!

With the help of UbiSync technology, the SPF-107H 10" Digital Photo Frame can even be used as a second mini-monitor for your PC!

Easily share your photos with family and friends with the Samsung SPF-107H 10" Digital Photo Frame.

* 1024 x 600 resolution
* 16:9 screen ratio
* Accepts SD memory
* 1GB internal memory

* Touch of colour technology
* Styled to match TV range
* Clock/calendar
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#2

Very poor resolution, there are better at that price 800x600 as a minimum
#3
tyke-eng
Very poor resolution, there are better at that price 800x600 as a minimum


yes that's true thou,better price better Goods:thumbsup:
#5
flp14344
yes that's true thou,better price better Goods:thumbsup:

Maybe you are looking for something totally different to me. But I suppose if you want a 7" with poor resolution, rather than a 10" with good resolution then go ahead
#6
Iv'e been looking for a handy little monitor for all sorts of functions...this could be it!
h&r
#7
RobTT
Iv'e been looking for a handy little monitor for all sorts of functions...this could be it!
h&r

Looking at this on the Amazon site, it only works as a monitor when using 32bit Windows...Not sure why, but its worth noting :-)
#8
tyke-eng
Looking at this on the Amazon site, it only works as a monitor when using 32bit Windows...Not sure why, but its worth noting :-)


Probably because there's no 64 bit driver available, a 64 bit OS can't use 32 bit drivers - thanks for highlighting this.

I'm puzzled as to why this is getting voted so cold, this looks a good deal if it's a good quality panel. The Jessops deal is good but unfortunately no random function is no use to me. I would prefer 4:3 but can live with the 16:9, I like the internal battery as well.

John
#9
Johnmcl7
I'm puzzled as to why this is getting voted so cold, this looks a good deal if it's a good quality panel. The Jessops deal is good but unfortunately no random function is no use to me. I would prefer 4:3 but can live with the 16:9, I like the internal battery as well.

John

Hi John I am also confused as to why its cold. The features and quality of this product is far superior to the panels that have been suggested. I looked at some of the Kodak ones and unknown brand items, and to be honest they look barely worth the money, however the samsung product has excellent build quality, its slim and as you say has in internal battery, it can even be run from the USB, so if its sat on your desk, there is no need for any messy chargers.
Anyway I suppose, if you want quality products and are prepared to pay for them, then yes this is a good deal, but if you only want to pay 30 quid then its not!
#10
I've reserved mine to go and have a look tonight, I'd been looking at reviews for the 105 model which is around the 135 mark - if this offers decent image quality for 80 quid then I'll be buying it for sure.

John
#11
Went down to pick this up and once again came home empty-handed - the frame couldn't read the photo folder I had with resized pictures down to the frame's resolution, it showed a question mark on each file. It's not much use if it can't read the original files as that severely limits the capacity.

The Agfa one next to it looked fantastic but seemed to crash when I put the memory stick in, I left it ten minutes and it did nothing - not sure if I needed to wait longer.

John
#12
Johnmcl7
Went down to pick this up and once again came home empty-handed - the frame couldn't read the photo folder I had with resized pictures down to the frame's resolution, it showed a question mark on each file. It's not much use if it can't read the original files as that severely limits the capacity.

The Agfa one next to it looked fantastic but seemed to crash when I put the memory stick in, I left it ten minutes and it did nothing - not sure if I needed to wait longer.

John


got mine today, all images seem to work so far. what type of camera do you use?

i will try some more tomorrow
#13
I'm not using the pictures direct from the camera - it's a selection that I've batch resized using irfanview. The frame worked fine with a memory card direct from the camera but that's not much use as the photos are far bigger than they need to be.

John
#14
Johnmcl7
I'm not using the pictures direct from the camera - it's a selection that I've batch resized using irfanview. The frame worked fine with a memory card direct from the camera but that's not much use as the photos are far bigger than they need to be.

John

I have just used Photoshop elements to shrink the files to the correct sizes, and I have no problems, currently uploaded 500 pics to it and every one of them is perfect

Steve
#15
Thanks very much - that's great news, how did you resize them exactly? I was planning to head down to the shop tomorrow with a laptop so I could experiment with some different pictures to see if I could get the frame working, I can get the main batch that's running on the Kodak resized tonight (around 4,200)

John
#16
Johnmcl7
Thanks very much - that's great news, how did you resize them exactly? I was planning to head down to the shop tomorrow with a laptop so I could experiment with some different pictures to see if I could get the frame working, I can get the main batch that's running on the Kodak resized tonight (around 4,200)

John

I just resized to 1024 keeping the same proportions and it works a treat. My only gripe is that it is actually a wide screen product, so unless you use auto fit all standard digital images you get 2 black lines down the side. Image quality is FANTASTIC though.
By the way doesnt actually have a battery inside as perported by PCWORLD and neither can you power it from your PC
But overall its an excelent product, realy slim and light I am keeping mine
Monitor function works great on my Netbook running WinXP home...twin screen netbook :-)

If you use Photoshop elements, click File, Process Multiple files and there it is... it will even Auto Level for you
#17
I would rather it was non-widescreen but it's something I can live with especially as three of the cameras that generate pictures for it have native 16:9 sensors. Thanks for the info on PSE, I've only just bought it so not looked into the batch processing options.

John
#18
Been back to PC World, was able to load frames straight away and in a random order so I've bought it - I tried the Agfa frames but I could find no random option and their interface was very confusing as it had no text instead relying entirely on symbols.

I've had a read through the Samsung documentation and it mentions there's no support for progressive jpegs which may be why I had trouble. I tried 2,000 resized from PSE 8 which loaded straight away and in random order.

John
#19
Johnmcl7
Been back to PC World, was able to load frames straight away and in a random order so I've bought it - I tried the Agfa frames but I could find no random option and their interface was very confusing as it had no text instead relying entirely on symbols.

I've had a read through the Samsung documentation and it mentions there's no support for progressive jpegs which may be why I had trouble. I tried 2,000 resized from PSE 8 which loaded straight away and in random order.

John

Glad you like it, I find it a fantastic product. I cant stop using it.

I also bought a 8" Lynx product from Ebuyer for my mother for Christmas and the poorer quality shows. There is definitely a difference in paying 33 quid or 80 quid, so its money well spent :-)

Have a great Christmas

Steve
#20
Suprised this isn't hotter, very good deal.
#21
This is no longer on the site an 110 pounds instore - very pleased with the one I bought and very surprised this didn't really get any temperature at all.

John

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