Santa (my grown kids) brought me a digital photo frame this year. My collection of grandchildren's photos was threatening to bury me. The photos that covered every square inch of my house - my walls, my refrigerator, my windows - now is contained inside this one digital frame, which shuffles the photos it displays, playing no favorites. Which is more than I can say for most grandmas.
The 8 inch LCD frame displays the photos beautifully. It's easy to use. I loaded photos from my camera card and a memory stick. I can load photos from my computer, if I want. I made a file on my computer called FRAME and filled it with photos from my camera cards and scanned in from Christmas cards. I then copied that file folder to a memory stick and inserted it into the back of the frame. I turned on the frame, grabbed my remote control, (everything is manipulated with that fun, little remote control) and I instructed the frame which photos I wanted it to Save to its 128 mb memory. Then I pushed the remote control one more time and instructed the frame to display the photos in a slide show.
I can also play music, if I want, on the frame and I can display digital movies, like the one I took of Ensley reading "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" This digital frame is the next best thing to having my grandkids over for a visit.