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    OT: digital frame advice

    I know.. WAY off topic. But you like-minded people will get this right away..

    Looking for 'the best' digital frame that is
    1) 8x10 or slightly smaller. hi-res screen (800x600 barely cuts it)
    2) WIFI and 'emailable' to send it pictures
    3) discrete design

    I HAVE looked out on the net but there are a million and one models out there. many look very cheesy and way down market..

    I bought a lovely late model estarling for my mother -- which I would buy as well, but I think they are out of business. Great touch interface, good display and it pulls directly from a specific gmail account I set up for it.

    what manufacturers or models should I focus on?

    thanks,
    Eric

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    Re: OT: digital frame advice

    the next iPad

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    Re: OT: digital frame advice

    well yes.. I plan to buy one.
    But it won't sit in one place! It will be with me most of the time

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    Re: OT: digital frame advice

    Personally, I like Sony's frames. Quality of their displays seems very good. Samsung should be good too - they make really nice displays too. Getting an older iPad after the 3rd generation is released is a great idea too. iPad's display seems very accurate in reproducing colors.

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    Re: OT: digital frame advice

    Plus one on a old iPad
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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