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May 5, 2008

Mother's Day Gift Guide: 3 Great Digital Picture Frames Under $100

Okay folks, you're cutting it close on the big Mom Day, but here's 3 great digital picture frames under $100 you can score in a hurry through Amazon or by scampering out to your local store--call first!Axion_AXN9702.jpgAxion AXN-9702 7-Inch Widescreen Digital Picture Frame -- $59.99
An unknown brand, but a decent one, this 7-inch frame has a few lifestyle features included--clock, calendar and alarm setting. It plays MP3s, has a remote and is compatible with USB flash drives. The only drawback is that you've got to get a memory card with this--it only holds 15 photos on the built-in memory--but you'll probably eventually want more memory with any digital picture frame.kodak_SV710.pngKodak EasyShare SV-710 7-Inch Multimedia Digital Picture Frame -- $79.90
Kodak is one of those trusted brands folks gravitate to, with good reason, so this'll be a familiar name to Moms everywhere. We recently reviewed the whole Kodak line so be sure to check out the post if you're interested in a bigger screen or wireless capability. The SV-710 plays MP3s, video (MOV, AVI, MPEG) and has a variety of on-frame capabilities (editing, browsing, albums) as well as a remote, slideshow templates and programmable on/off settings. It also features PictBridge which allows you to print directly to a printer without using a computer. Styling is traditional--comes with a black frame but you can purchase another faceplate to change the design.Philips_6pt5inch.pngPhilips 7FF2FPA 6.5-Inch Digital Picture Frame -- $99.99
Always stellar in the electronics field, Philips has some nice frame offerings, including this 6.5-inch. It features Photo Manager, where you can create photo albums, adjust images and display slideshows. Philips' touts quality of color and an auto-fit feature that will automatically size your photos to fill the screen. Styling is modern and there are programmable on/off settings. Again, with just 16MB of internal memory you'll need a memory card right off the bat--otherwise you'll only fit about 30 shots.

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Posted by Susan Moriarty at May 5, 2008 1:09 PM
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