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With 8MB of internal memory and Luddite-friendly software, this neat piece of electronic chic will hold and display up to 31 of your favourite photos. Camera phones, apart from being about as useful as wings on a chicken, will only display the terrible pictures you managed to take on the phone itself, and not your masterpieces from home and hols that you shot with a real camera.
The Digital Photo Frame Keyring has a very good quality screen, and you can choose from manual shuffle or automatic slide show to show-off your snaps at the click of a button wherever you are. The internal battery will charge from any USB port, so simply plug it in when you're at your desk. Transferring them to and from your key-ring is simple whether in a PC or Mac.
Now you'll always have snaps of your hols, your partner, your pet or your kid to hand, without having to drag your camera about with you.
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Although this product has the potential to be a wonderfully unique gift idea, unfortunately mine arrived faulty - the screen would not work properly and therefore pictures could not be seen clearly. The returns procedure has been pretty straightforward though and I look forward to receiving a replacement keyring in good working order :-)
NOT good as the Mac Driver to upload photos does not work on Intel Macs. Regards, Jack
I bought one of these for my sister's 50th birthday. As she is also about to become a grandma for the first time as well ,she was over the moon with her prezzie!
My wife was very pleased with the keyring especially as I'd downloaded pictures of our cats onto it! However the crop feature did not work properly and also caused saved pictures to disappear before being downloaded to the keyring. Also cropped photos lost their clarity however as the clarity was very good anyway the crop feature wasn't required.