Pandigital® 7" Digital Frame
Display up to 4000 favorite images with the 512MB of memory this digital frame delivers. It has a 5-in-1 card reader and the remote even allows you to control the show from anywhere in the room! No PC required! Brownish black frame coordinates with most decors. Includes power adapter, charcoal and white mattes, USB cable, and remote control.
Pandigital® 7" Digital Frame 8 8
Won't Stand Up I haven't even got to the uploading portion of this yet because it won't even stand up. The slightest (and I mean SLIGHTEST) tap and it falls right over. Will be returning to BB&B this afternoon. Sorry to my wife who I was going to surprise for her birthday with a bunch of "found" infant photos of our triplets that neither of us have seen in 6 years. July 2, 2012
Don't Do it! It may seem like a bargain but you get what you pay for apparently! This frame is so dim I can hardly see the photos unless I am holding the frame near my face. I looked for a way to fix this in the instructions to no avail. Maybe this one is faulty but none the less is being returned. Stick with the Kodak frames as they are bright enough to see across the room. August 31, 2011
Easy to use I bought a Phillips before this one and it was very hard to use. This pandigital was extremely easy to use. Just pop the memory card in and bam. Thinking about purchessing another one. May 6, 2011
Caution--Mini USB and Mini Memory Card Only I bought two of the 8" digital frames as Christmas presents. The day after Christmas when I went back to BB&B to get a third 8" they were completely sold out and only had two 7" ones left in stock. I bought the 7" and found that it only has a "mini USB" port and will only take a "mini" flash card from a digital camera. The 8" has both a standard USB port as well as the mini USB port. This enables you to plug in a standard thumb with the digital photos you want to load into the digital photo frame. Don't buy this 7", buy the 8" if you can unless you have one of the latest digital cameras that uses the miniaturized memory cards. ( The absence of a standard port for memory cards is not that important as long as it has a standard USB port for the thumb.) January 24, 2011