Accessory Review: Pandigital Photo Frames|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Friday, April 13, 2007 - 14:37 EDT)
Digital photo frames have graduated from gadget to gift. Read our review to see why.
Seems like a no-brainer. Frame an LCD with a card reader slapped on the back and -- presto! -- you've got a digital photo frame. The idea isn't new. Early attempts like those from Ceiva Logic in 1999 even featured a built-in modem to dial into online accounts and refresh the subject matter nightly. But it's harder than it looks.
Fortunately, Pandigital has managed to pull it off while keeping costs surprisingly low. And you can find their frames at many retail outlets, too. How good are they? Read our review for the full story.