424°
EXPIRED
Toshiba Gigaframe L80 Digital Photo Frame 8.4" - Plays MPEG 1,2 & 4 plus audio £49.99 @ Tesco instore or online
Toshiba Gigaframe L80 Digital Photo Frame  8.4" - Plays MPEG 1,2 & 4 plus audio £49.99 @ Tesco instore or online

Toshiba Gigaframe L80 Digital Photo Frame 8.4" - Plays MPEG 1,2 & 4 plus audio £49.99 @ Tesco instore or online

Buy forBuy forBuy for£49.97
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Brand Toshiba
Display Size 8.4"
Features of Product Share your digital photos and videos with friends and family at home, or in the office with the new Gigaframe L80 8.4" high resolution digital photoframe.
Product Depth 24
Product Height 11
Product Weight 1.35kg
Product Width 29
Supported Formats * Built in memory - 128MB * SD cards supported - Compatible with SDHC Cards

17 Comments

looks good - hot
read something about it can be used as 2nd pc display? maybe i misunderstood though..

any idea on the picture quality?

Gigaframe L80 - 8" Digital Photo Frame

Part Number: PA3666D-1ET1
Introducing the Toshiba Gigaframe L80 High Resolution Digital Photoframe
Share your digital photos and videos with friends and family at home, or in the office with the new Gigaframe L80 8.4” high resolution digital photoframe from Toshiba.

This stylish frame looks great in any environment and will display your photo and video memories on the high resolution 8.4” display. Create a fancy slideshow using 3D mode, or use SubView to clone your desktop. Even navigating the menu system is a breeze with the simple on-screen display and to help with selecting options, there are 7 touch sensors with cool LED lights.

With USB 2.0 support, transferring your pictures and connecting your camera is quick and easy, and with the twin 0.5W speakers, you can even listen to your music in full stereo. With 128MB of internal memory and support for all the major storage media cards, this digital photoframe is a must for the discerning buyer.


Panel 8.4” display - 4:3 (800 x 600 resolution)
Power Supply AC/DC power adaptor Output: 5V/2.5A, Cable Length: 1.8 M
Memory Cards Support SD, SDHC, MMC, MS, MS Pro, xD
Internal Memory 128MB Nandflash
Supported File Format Pictures: JPEG, BMP. Audio: MP3 Video: Motion JPEG, MPEG2, MPEG4, H.263 Speaker: 0.5W Speaker x 2 (stereo)

Got one of these very recently on a Toshiba promotion at £39.99 plus postage. It's the first one I've ever bought, but I think it's pretty good :thumbsup: [only used as picture frame so far - not tried any video ...yet]

Lots more here hotukdeals.com/ite…699

There's a little video here flixfacts.co.uk/vie…mp; but note that this particular model has no battery, tilt sensor or light sensor .....

It's a good price for a 'high resolution' model of this size compared to other big household brand named ones.

brilly;5275357

looks good - hotread something about it can be used as 2nd pc display? … looks good - hotread something about it can be used as 2nd pc display? maybe i misunderstood though..




It can, yes [there is an enclosed addendum regarding this] though extended desktop mode is only supported by Windows XP. With Vista it can be run as a secondary display running in clone mode or as a display to any sidebar gadgets installed [it says]

hi res and works well - worth the extra for the resolution compared to the cheaper ones...

Also bought one with the recent Toshiba direct deal. Looks really nice, sleek, stylish, good quality brand. Not had a chance to compare it side by side with my mums extra value eBuyer one though. That one was wide screen format, this is 4:3. The wide screen one is a right pain for cropping pictures to avoid huge black borders.

Hot.

Does anybody know if this model has an on board battery to make it portable.

trenny;5277796

Does anybody know if this model has an on board battery to make it … Does anybody know if this model has an on board battery to make it portable.



No it doesn't ... HOWEVER having read the product manual for the L81 (its battery enabled cousin) it only lasts for 50 minutes anyway :roll:

Ohh thanks OP - I was looking to buy one of these in my lunch hour today so you have saved me trailing round the shops providing they have them in stock here

H&R added

this is hot.resolution is awesome!thank you

I just don' t get these - they are just a bit chavy and gimmicky.

I know people who have these but they are always off and the wire is trailing down the wall. I mean when they are on do people watch that instead of the TV?

If you want to look at a slideshow of pictures can you just do it on the laptop or TV? Or even get them printed and stick them in an album!!!!

Is it just me or is this a gadget too far?

Gingerboy;5278742

I just don' t get these - they are just a bit chavy and gimmicky.I know … I just don' t get these - they are just a bit chavy and gimmicky.I know people who have these but they are always off and the wire is trailing down the wall. I mean when they are on do people watch that instead of the TV?If you want to look at a slideshow of pictures can you just do it on the laptop or TV? Or even get them printed and stick them in an album!!!!Is it just me or is this a gadget too far?



Personally i think the same a friend has one and it just sits in the corner of the room, whats the point? when its on its just draining electric (albiet not a lot).

Still the price is good for one of these even though i'd never bother.

Gingerboy;5278742

I just don' t get these - they are just a bit chavy and gimmicky.I know … I just don' t get these - they are just a bit chavy and gimmicky.I know people who have these but they are always off and the wire is trailing down the wall. I mean when they are on do people watch that instead of the TV?If you want to look at a slideshow of pictures can you just do it on the laptop or TV? Or even get them printed and stick them in an album!!!!Is it just me or is this a gadget too far?



Woud have to agree to a point, I would like something like this but have enough stuff plugged in, so until they bring out a solar powered version at this price I think I'll wait off.

Link to the datasheet.

]http//ww…pdf

ordered heat added. cheapest anywhere else is £65. This is also a very good piece of kit, my Jessops 10" only does half of the things this can do so worth it.

Gingerboy;5278742

I just don' t get these - they are just a bit chavy and gimmicky.I know … I just don' t get these - they are just a bit chavy and gimmicky.I know people who have these but they are always off and the wire is trailing down the wall. I mean when they are on do people watch that instead of the TV?If you want to look at a slideshow of pictures can you just do it on the laptop or TV? Or even get them printed and stick them in an album!!!!Is it just me or is this a gadget too far?



yeah - the tech isn't there to support this yet imho.

they need to be bigger, thinner, wireless, cheaper, more suited to wall mounting.

if i could buy 4 of these bad boys and arrange them near eachother on a single wall then get a sparky to actually wire them in thru the wall then i'd be happy....only then.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text