zzz Sony PHD-A55 Digital Photo Frame

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In terms of displaying your prized photos, the humble album with its shiny plastic inserts and pretend leather frontage will probably be around forever. But it’s not a very inspiring piece of kit, functional in the extreme and no fun. Sony has ensured that the phrase ‘do you want to see my holiday snaps’ will never again be greeted with a groan.

Using Sony’s Memory Stick technology (you need a still or video camera from the Japanese giants with MS – the Photo Frame’s major drawback) you can display pictures and video clips with ease. Just pop in a Memory Stick, choose the rotation of the images – from once a day up to every three seconds - with the pop-out controls, then sit back and admire. Picture quality is excellent, if not perfect, and the speaker for video clip sound isn’t exactly a Tag McLaren, but it does the job. The supplied Picture Gear 3.2 package affords you a little artistic tweaking of images on your PC.

Of course, a trip to Jessops will yield a picture display solution for about £694 less than the Digital Picture Frame. But the First Law of Gadgets states that the hi-tech is always infinitely more cool than the low, whatever it costs. And in this case, that law is writ large.

In terms of displaying your prized photos, the humble album with its shiny plastic inserts and pretend leather frontage will probably be around forever. But it’s not a very inspiring piece of kit, functional in the extreme and no fun. Sony has ensured that the phrase ‘do you want to see my holiday snaps’ will never again be greeted with a groan.
Using Sony’s Memory Stick technology (you need a still or video camera from the Japanese giants with MS – the Photo Frame’s major drawback) you can display pictures and video clips with ease. Just pop in a Memory Stick, choose the rotation of the images – from once a day up to every three seconds - with the pop-out controls, then sit back and admire. Picture quality is excellent, if not perfect, and the speaker for video clip sound isn’t exactly a Tag McLaren, but it does the job. The supplied Picture Gear 3.2 package affords you a little artistic tweaking of images on your PC.

Of course, a trip to Jessops will yield a picture display solution for about £694 less than the Digital Picture Frame. But the First Law of Gadgets states that the hi-tech is always infinitely more cool than the low, whatever it costs. And in this case, that law is writ large.
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    Description
    In terms of displaying your prized photos, the humble album with its shiny plastic inserts and pretend leather frontage will probably be around forever. But it’s not a very inspiring piece of kit, functional in the extreme and no fun. Sony has ensured that the phrase ‘do you want to see my holiday snaps’ will never again be greeted with a groan.

    Using Sony’s Memory Stick technology (you need a still or video camera from the Japanese giants with MS – the Photo Frame’s major drawback) you can display pictures and video clips with ease. Just pop in a Memory Stick, choose the rotation of the images – from once a day up to every three seconds - with the pop-out controls, then sit back and admire. Picture quality is excellent, if not perfect, and the speaker for video clip sound isn’t exactly a Tag McLaren, but it does the job. The supplied Picture Gear 3.2 package affords you a little artistic tweaking of images on your PC.

    Of course, a trip to Jessops will yield a picture display solution for about £694 less than the Digital Picture Frame. But the First Law of Gadgets states that the hi-tech is always infinitely more cool than the low, whatever it costs. And in this case, that law is writ large.

    In terms of displaying your prized photos, the humble album with its shiny plastic inserts and pretend leather frontage will probably be around forever. But it’s not a very inspiring piece of kit, functional in the extreme and no fun. Sony has ensured that the phrase ‘do you want to see my holiday snaps’ will never again be greeted with a groan.
    Using Sony’s Memory Stick technology (you need a still or video camera from the Japanese giants with MS – the Photo Frame’s major drawback) you can display pictures and video clips with ease. Just pop in a Memory Stick, choose the rotation of the images – from once a day up to every three seconds - with the pop-out controls, then sit back and admire. Picture quality is excellent, if not perfect, and the speaker for video clip sound isn’t exactly a Tag McLaren, but it does the job. The supplied Picture Gear 3.2 package affords you a little artistic tweaking of images on your PC.

    Of course, a trip to Jessops will yield a picture display solution for about £694 less than the Digital Picture Frame. But the First Law of Gadgets states that the hi-tech is always infinitely more cool than the low, whatever it costs. And in this case, that law is writ large.

     

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    Measures 215 x 162 x 40 mm; built-in speaker; 5.5 inch 224 x 640-pixel LCD display; interchangeable brown and green front pieces.

     

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