Elonex 7" Digital Photo Frame PLAY.com WAS £59.99 now £16.99
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Elonex 7" Digital Photo Frame PLAY.com WAS £59.99 now £16.99

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Found 2nd Jan 2012
With stylish good looks the Elonex PF9000 is the best way for you to enjoy your digital photos and pictures at home. With a 7" hiiBright widescreen LCD and incorporating LED backlight technology you can view your photos in superb clarity.

With the PF9000 you don't need a computer to view your JPEG photos, you can play them straight from your digital
camera's memory card (SD, MMC, MS) or via the USB port. It couldn't be more straightforward!

Images: anywhere
The PF9000 from Elonex allows you to be able to view all your many beautiful photos with out the need to even turn on your computer. The PF9000 creates an engaging slideshow anywhere in your house that does justice to your snaps.

Truly Stunning Colour
The LED screen allows tuly accurate colour representation, and makes all your photos "Pop" from your last perfect holiday sunset, to Granny falling asleep with her christmas hat on.

Choose your orientation
photos can be both tall and skinny and wide for landscapes, the Elonex can be used in either orientation. The days of holding your head at right angles to view your photos have long gone.
The widescreen hiiBright display makes your images sizzle with juicy colour.

View your photos in an instant
Viewing your newly taken photos really could not be easier; simply pop your memory card (SD/MMC/MC) straight out your camera, and slip it into the slot on the back of the frame, the photos magicly appear and show off your snaps in vivid detail, without having to fire up your laptop.

Stick it in.
For those times when you want a huge number of photos in your slideshow it is as easy as pie to use a flash memory stick to show your photos. Simply transfer the files to your stick using your computer and then plug it into the USB Socket. Simple.

4 Comments

its been £16.99 for months its not a very good dig photo frame, you will find a lot better on ebay for less

These would be great if you could somehow input AV through the USB or SD slot.... anyone know of such a gadget??

I ordered two of these, but instead I received two 8Gb SD Cards.....returned.
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