Sony DPF-D72 7" Digital Picture Frame - £46.55 - Jessops
Sony DPF-D72 7" Digital Picture Frame - £46.55 - Jessops

Sony DPF-D72 7" Digital Picture Frame - £46.55 - Jessops

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Use code JESSOPS5 to reduce the price from £49 to £46.55
Cheapest price I can see. Next cheapest appears to be Pixmania at £67.05, and their reputation is a tad suspect.

Postage is £3.99 for purchases under £50, or you can pickup in store instead.

I believe the resolution is 800 * 480

The Sony DPF-D72 has 1GB of built-in memory for your favourite photos plus useful features such auto orientation, slideshow and timer.

7-inch Clear Photo LCD Wide VGA panel displays incredibly natural, detail-packed images
Large 1GB memory provides storage for up to 2000 photos (images saved at 2 megapixel resolution to increase effective capacity)
Easy-to-use picture search functions including search by event, marker or folder
Auto orientation sensor 'flips' images for correct viewing in portrait or landscape frame positions
Multi card slot accepts Memory Stick, SD Card, CompactFlash and xD media
Wide choice of exciting, dynamic and fun slideshow, clock and calendar display modes
Eco-friendly on/off timer saves power when operation is not needed (e.g. at night)
Remote control

Digital Photo Frame - Size7"
Built in Memory1GB
Digital Photo Frame FeaturesUSB Connection, Interval Timer, Slideshow Facility, Mains Operated, Internal Memory , Widescreen, Remote Control
File FormatsTIFF, BMP, J-PEG, RAW
Memory Card CompatabilitySDHC, Mem Stick Pro Duo , Compact Flash, SD Card, Memory Stick, MultiMedia, xD-Picture Card


4% Quidco too!

Original Poster Banned

Bunch of positive reviews here -

The next cheapest price for this device appears to be about 50% more expensive.
I'd call that a bargain personally.
I'm ordering one myself, as the features on this coupled with the Sony brand label and the amazing price = winner.

Original Poster Banned

Gah, voted cold no doubt by angry Birmingham City supporters who presumably prefer cheap & nasty £19.99 no-name digital frames.
I'm going to use mine to display the winning goal from each of our last 10 victories over them.
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