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Polaroid 12" (4:3) Wood Digital Picture Frame - Black - £105.37 @ Amazon
Polaroid 12" (4:3) Wood Digital Picture Frame - Black - £105.37 @ Amazon

Polaroid 12" (4:3) Wood Digital Picture Frame - Black - £105.37 @ Amazon

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Seems a good price for a non-widescreen, 800x600 photo frame.

It's £149.99 in PC World (item code 072065), not sure if you can price match?

Brief spec:
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Resolution: 800x 600
Brightness: 250 cd/m2
Contrast ratio: 450:1
Panel: Digital

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Original Poster

Further details here: ]http//ww…_GB
[LIST]
[*]12.1" color LCD screen
[*]View photos
[*]Supports music files
[*]Just insert your memory card for custom slideshows
[*]Reads virtually all digital memory card formats including CF, MD, SD, MMC, SM, and MS
[*]Mini USB port
[*]Built-in speaker
[*]4x zoom
[*]Can be wall-mounted or placed on a desk for optimal viewing[/LIST]Accessories:
[LIST]
[*]Picture frame stand
[*]AC adapter
[*]Remote Control[/LIST]

Original Poster

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/product/500/UV/072065.jpg

Original Poster

Just rung PC World, they do price match and you can collect in store, plus 10% of the difference so I have one reserved at about £100!

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Just rung PC World, they do price match and you can collect in store, … Just rung PC World, they do price match and you can collect in store, plus 10% of the difference so I have one reserved at about £100!



£100.91

Anyone know why this is cold?

Looks hot to me for a knwon brand 12" 800*600

Original Poster

As no-one has the decency to say why it's cold, no! Though the 1 I picked up from PC Idiots had 1 dead pixel & 1 stuck pixel so will be getting swapped tomorrow!

Any more feedback about this frame? I saw it in PC World (at £150) and thought it looked great but seeing the poor review on Amazon has put me off somewhat...

I was interested in getting pcworld to price match amazon so I went to my local pc world a few weeks ago. To avoid getting home and finding stuck/dead pixels I got them to open the box and power it up. This first one had what I can only describe as particles on the inside of the glass which almost made it look like dead pixels. To cut a long story short I got them to open four boxes and each had some kind of dust contamination or dead pixels - the final one didn't even seem to have the software loaded and just displayed "no signal" so in the end i did not buy one. I then noticed that one ebuyer they have identical frames with the brand name "pictorea" - I was looking for a pine frame rather than black anyway so I ordered for £116 - the frame which arrived did have some dust contamination but having removed 4 screws and cleaned the inside of the glass this was sorted. Also it had a permanent blue pixel on dark scenes but this fixed itself after a few mins. In general I am very pleased with the image quality and the frame looks far more like a traditionally framed photo than an electronic device - class!
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