SODIAL(TM) 1.5″ Digital Photo Frame – Keyring Photo Viewer with Built-in Memory for 107 Pictures – Plug & Play

September 19, 2013 - Comment

1.5″ CSTN LCD full colour display, picture resolution 128×128 pixels Built-in memory for 107 pictures, manual & auto slide show, time interval adjustable in seconds Analog and digital clock with year/month/date/hour/minute display, automatic sleep: from 0- 30 mins Built-in rechargeable battery for aprox. 5 hours display. USB 2.0 interface for picture uploading and battery charging,

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1.5″ CSTN LCD full colour display, picture resolution 128×128 pixels
Built-in memory for 107 pictures, manual & auto slide show, time interval adjustable in seconds
Analog and digital clock with year/month/date/hour/minute display, automatic sleep: from 0- 30 mins
Built-in rechargeable battery for aprox. 5 hours display.
USB 2.0 interface for picture uploading and battery charging, supports JPG, GIF, BMP and TIF image formats
This 1.5″ digital photo frame is ideal for travelers taking pictures with them, around the globe. It can be carried as a key ring, bag pendent, hung on a car mirror or even used as a personalised Christmas decoration.
Pictures can be easily loaded and the battery recharged, from a computer via the supplied USB cable.

Product Features

  • 1.5″ Digital Photo Frame
  • Digital Photo Frame
  • Digital Keychain
  • Keychain

Comments

Anonymous says:

I thought this would be a great present for grandparents. Unfortunately it took well over 24 hours to figure out how to download photos, which all looked good when on the computer screen, but unfortunately look pixelated and naff on th ekeyring. I brought 4. I wouldn’t bother

Anonymous says:

I just bought this as a christmas present, I was planning on putting pictures on it before giving it to them. Unfortunately, I plugged it in to my macbook and nothing. I tried to open the software and nothing. I tried to drag and drop the photos into the folder and again unable to do it. I thought you would be able to just drag and drop pics without software but you can’t.I then borrowed a PC and it is not the most difficult to use software but you may have to change the names of your files, for some reason it didn’t like the original ones.Then it converts JPEGs to BMPs which are not as good quality and most of the pics come out a bit pixely and blurry, but then I guess for what it costs it isn’t too bad.

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