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Hey, it's Bauer, and we have a great gift idea for you.
It's a seven-inch digital picture frame.
There are lots of frames out there. Some of them have a lot of features, some don't.
This is one of the more basic frames, but that's really what you want,
especially if you're going to be giving this to a Grandma,
or maybe a crazy aunt that can't figure out how to work her computer,
you know which one I'm talking about.
This will be perfect for her because she doesn't have to know
how to work anything.
I'll show you how to stick a card in the frame and you're off to the races.
This one is seven inches from Hannspree,
sixteen by nine aspect ratio, 480 by 234 resolution.
It's going to be able to take your MMC cards, your SD cards and your memory stick cards,
and it's going to take JPEGs and bitmaps as a file format on this frame.
Now, it's really, really easy to use, literally.
There's a single slot on the side, here, where you put your SD card.
You can also plug in a USB memory stick, if you so desire.
And along the top are just some of your navigational buttons,
that just allow you to browse through your thumbnails
and browse through the menu system, which I'll show you in just a second.
On the side you can find your power switch right there
so you can easily turn it on and off and you plug in there on the bottom.
Now, there is mounting holes on the back,
so this will go on a wall if you want to put it on the wall,
and it can be rotated into "portrait mode" from "landscape".
In fact, it has an axelerometer in it
so when you turn it it'll actually automatically, there you go,
change its orientation for you, depending on how you have it turned.
So it's really, really easy to use. The menu system is very simple:
You simply click the "menu" button here at the top and it's going to show you all of your options
for going through your various photos.
And this is your menu system right here. It's going to allow you to get to your settings.
Now, the settings are very basic. It also does have a calendar.
Let me show you this really quick just so you can see it.
This will actually show some of your images along the way.
There's those cute Hannspree animals. I love those little guys.
Look at those elephants, they're freaking adorable.
So you can do the calendar mode and it will show a slideshow along with that, too.
which is pretty cool.
And then your other options are located right over here, on the Hannspree frame.
This is where you're able to edit the information about your photos,
so you can change the file names and such right there.
And then your setup options are right here, which allow you to sort of just get through
all of your basic settings for your slideshows, for your calendar,
setting the time, setting the different intervals between photos and stuff like that.
But that is really all of the features that you're going to find on this particular frame,
because it's designed to be incredibly simple and it really is.
And it actually looks really, really nice. The pictures look very, very good on this frame
and it's always nice to see that you can rotate it any way you want to
and not have to futz with any settings to make sure
the pictures are going to line up correctly.
So if you're in the market for a really good value in a digital picture frame, which this one is,
it's extremely inexpensive, still looks very nice.
Have a look at it. It's the Hannspree seven inch digital photo frame.
To get more information on this Hannspree seven inch digital photo frame,
go to any of the retailers listed here and type in: H94-2000.
For Computer TV, I'm Bauer.
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