Newegg has a set of deep discounts on digital photo frames to go along with Mother’s Day, and we figured we’d give you the heads up. They’ve got a total of ten frames on sale from manufacturers like HP, Viewsonic, Hannspree, and others, some for as much as 30% off. There are some good deals, and some nice frames available—in fact, who says you need to buy one to give to mom, right? You can get a look at all the discounted digital photo frames at Newegg, which all ship for free as well.
As always, you can find all sorts of Newegg promo codes and deals on our forums.
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Ever since the HP DreamScreen arrived on the scene, generic digital photo frames have seemed so passe. I mean, the DreamScreen is a digital photo frame on crack, essentially. It’s available in 10- and 13-inch sizes, and aside from simply displaying your digital photos, it can stream Pandora (or up to 10,000 Internet radio stations,) set alarms, display your calendar, show you a five-day weather forecast, and even give you a look at your Facebook account so you can see what’s up with your peeps. Plus, it incorporates touch into the bezel, and we like touch.
The HP DreamScreen typicalls sells for $250, but Amazon currently has it for $205, a full 18% off.
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Pandigital has been making digital photo frames for a while now and has just come out with one for your kitchen. This 720p HDTV includes a digital cookbook for those who want to see what dinner should actually look like. Wall mountable, it also comes with an under cabinet mount and stand for counters. When you want to use it for fun stuff, it will support JPEG, Motion JPEG, MPEG 1, MPEG 4 and AVI formats. With 512MB of memory, you can add to it with its 6-in-1 card reader. Think gourmet on this one with its price of $399.99.
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