Visioneer PhotoPort TV 100 Photo Viewer - photoport  £11.49 or £6.95 Collect @ Morgan Computers
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Visioneer PhotoPort TV 100 Photo Viewer - photoport £11.49 or £6.95 Collect @ Morgan Computers

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Found 16th Nov 2009
Cheap N' Chearful for the price, Makes a stocking filler. Pick up localy and save £3.95
The Visioneer PhotoPort TV 100 brings the benefits of instant photography to digital camera users. Simply attach the viewer box to your TVs Video-in connector, insert a SmartMedia or CompactFlash memory card from your digital camera, and use the wireless keyboard to build photo albums with your pictures. Dedicated keys allow you to add caption, change the font style and color, and even turn captions into speech balloons. Has dedicated keys for cropping, rotating, and resizing your photos and for cutting them into shapes like stars and hearts. Now its easy to share your digital photos in the comfort of your living room

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Cheap price, but possibly quite flawed according to the following review:

pcmag.com/art…asp

If you could use the keyboard as a separate say for the PS3 that would be handy.

Will do more research before I decide.Looks quite interesting.


Must comment though.. A stocking filler at £11.49, geezo,some spoiled peopleout there. Stocking filler in my life has been an orange and a yo-yo.

Just so you know, you can't pick up from store as the website is now seperate from the stores and most if not all have closed down due to new ownership.

REVIEW DATE:09.03.02- lol

The initial version of the PhotoPort we tested has a couple of rough … The initial version of the PhotoPort we tested has a couple of rough edges. Cables didn't fit well, and the unit hung trying to create a big album using a 1GB CF card: With memory cards and IBM Microdrives bigger than 512MB, the PhotoPort reads only the first 512MB of photos. The varied fades and dissolves between images are cute at first but can become annoying.Also, high-res photos from a 3-megapixel camera were slow to load, taking anywhere from 5 to 30 seconds apiece. And users of cameras that use Memory Sticks are out of luck, as are users of cameras with the popular SD memory cards.



Sounded crap 7 years ago. Almost useless for today's consumer.

I think even a very cheap DVD player would be better than this.
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