Digital Picture Frame Meets Phone with the GE PhotoPhone
This is for all of us who ever wanted to live like the Jetsons. The PhotoPhone from GE is a cordless phone that has a 7-inch LCD screen to display photographic caller ID. You simply load your average memory card (up to 100 digital photos) and associate those photos with phone numbers of your friends and family. When the phone rings, no more deciphering of the caller ID screen, you get a photo! When you're not using the phone, the screen operates like any digital picture frame, playing a slideshow of your images. A must-have, right? Yeah, well, we think this could be a great product for the elder population who may find caller ID screens difficult to decipher. And hey, this is a whole lot more fun. You can load photos of the grandkids -- simple pleasures. Amazon's got the PhotoPhone for $124.19.
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Posted by Susan Moriarty at June 23, 2008 2:04 PM
Turn off. Unplug power. Unplug battery to handset. Wait 10 min or more. Plug back battery. Plug power into phone. Then plug into wall.
It should work. GE customer service gaVe me this advice. It does work.
i was gifted GE photophone by my relative
but the picture photo frame is not reponding after i put on the supply, sometimes the screen gets lightup with bright light and nothing can be seen on the screen. i need a help from u to start the phone and to see slide show after putting the memory chip into the slot please help me in solving the problem or let me know if any customer service for the product is avalable in mumbai city country india