Tuesday, November 27, 2007


Have you ever heard about digitalframez.com? If you are interested in digital photo frames, then this is the website you should definitely visit. They have lots of digital frames offers on their site.
What can you do with a digital frame and how do they work?
They are quite easy to handle and capable of various things.

Here is how they work:
1. Take your photos
2. Transfer your memory card into your Digital Photo Frame
3. Use your remote control and choose your favorite slide show

The good thing is that all their frames on digitalframez.com are compatible with JPEG, MP4, DivX, AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, MP3, WMA, WAV formats. And besides your pictures, you can also view movie clips that have been taken with your camera. You can even play music in the background. The standard in their devices is a Five-in-one Card Reader. It supports CF/XD/MS/SD/MMC cards. In addition, there is also a USB 2.0 connection for maximum compatibility. All frames come With the built-in stereo speakers, you don't need any extra cables to plug an external speaker. The infrared remote control (which is included in the price) offers an easy access to the settings and preferences of your photos. So if you´re interested in digitalframez.com, please don´t hesitate and just go ahead and check out their website and see if there´s something interesting for you on it. I´m sure you can find some interesting things on this site and that it will meet your needs. Also take a look at this site if you need any further information or help concerning this subject. So what are you waiting for? Go there now!

This post is sponsored by digitalframez.com

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Chris said...


I read your review and I purchased from DigitalFramez and had an extremely bad experience.

I wonder, have you actually purchased anything from DigitalFramez? Your review doesn’t say whether you did or not… Was it a sponsored review?

Please check out my site at http://digitalframez.malfunc8.com and leave me a comment there, I’d love to hear from you,


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