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Connected Digital Frame
Mom likes to receive pictures of you and the grandkids; she understands this is the digital age, and even encourages receiving pictures in this format; she wants a cool digital frame but doesn’t have the patience to learn software steps or complicated technology. Be her hero—and make her feel tech savvy in the process—and get her the KODAK PULSE digital frame.
Create an email address for your frame and it is set up to receive new pictures either from your computer or your phone. A wireless connection is required for setup. The 7-inch, 800x600-resolution display is slightly smaller than some competing products on the market, but it’s doubtful that this would be a deal breaker for most looking in this price range. The frame contains many "smart" features you come to expect from connected devices, such as a sharp touchscreen that allows you to scroll through images and view slideshows with your finger, as well as the ability to automatically link to friends and photo albums on Facebook.
The KODAK PULSE seems like that perfect digital frame for someone that just wants the basics. It holds 4,000 images with 512 MB of internal memory, and the option to use a USB port and two card slots to add pictures from another source. Kodak has been a trusted name in photography for years and we believe the pricepoint on the PULSE ($129.95) is reasonable. Plus there are no monthly fees.
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