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Digital Photo Frame Review - By the BBC
UK 6th November 2007
The Latest Digital Photo Frames reviewed and compared by the BBC. This specifically included the which can be seen in this BBC video. If you are thinking about buying a digital photo frame, before you part with your cash, listen to this short video to help you make your mind up. Once decided, click through to http://www.digitalframesdirect.com and pick your favorite model
This Year's Perfect Christmas Gift
UK 10th August 2007
With six million digital cameras sold in 2006, it is no surprise that digiphoto frames are at the top of everyone’s Christmas list this year. In the spirit of Christmas, Digital Frames Direct are offering Practical Photography (November edition) readers the chance to win their very own 7” Living Images Memory View digiphoto frame.
Worth £79.95, the Memory View is Living Images first digiphoto frame with built-in memory and full USB capability to link directly to your PC. With no need for a USB adaptor or separate memory card, this frame displays videos, photos and plays music, effortlessly. With an impressive 128mb internal memory and ultra high definition screen, the Memory View is easy to use, looks great and has excellent picture quality.
High quality yet affordable, Digital Frames Direct’s range of products are able to cater all of its customers’ possible requirements. With the added bonus of superb customer service, Digital Frames Direct will help everyone find their perfect digiphoto frame. The love of photos has no boundaries and Digital Frames Direct Managing Director, Rob Austen, adds:
"The sheer enjoyment that all individuals have of collecting photos is phenomenal and with a digital photo frame it allows photos that are being hidden way in people’s computers to take their rightful place back on mantelpieces and desks allover the country."
Orange Opt for Branded DigiPhoto Frames
UK: 26 July 2007
Digital Frames Direct, the leading provider of branded digital photo frames in the UK, is the top choice for Orange. With great success, world-renowned mobile phone service provider, Orange recently lavished a selection of its high-profile customers with a limited edition digital photo frame, subtly branded with the Orange logo.
This novel and simplistic way to share and store photos, digital photo frames allow you to pull photographic memories straight out from the computer giving them the pride and place they deserve. Niall O’Keefe, Orange Vice President, Brand, believes the positive reception to the unique specification of the Orange digital photo frame was because: “digital photo frames are a product that is so new that anybody receiving one will be delighted.” O’Keefe further commented: “Digital Frames Direct created us a customised solution that was branded in a subtle but effective manner. We were particularly pleased with the Orange wake up screen and we will definitely be working with them again.”
The love of photos has no boundaries and Orange is not the first high profile company to ‘go digital’ with Digital Frames Direct. The company’s rapidly growing client profile includes Mercedes, Google, Chevron, Shell, Total, Vodafone, Chivas and Angel Trains. Further successes include providing all the top European Golfers competing at the 2007 Scottish Open with a specially customised commemorative digital photo frame.
Digital Frames Direct Managing Director, Rob Austen, adds:
“Digital photo frames are being used by many major national and international businesses as the latest innovative way to communicate its key messages and it is something I think all companies could utilise to their advantage. The sheer enjoyment that all individuals, independent of age, gender or background, have of collecting photos is phenomenal and with a digital photo frame it allows photos that are being hidden way in people’s computers to take their rightful place back on mantelpieces and desks allover the country.”