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Digital Photo Frame Update

Things are looking interesting in the hunt to find a digital photo frame that can be used easily with students with special needs and is cost effective. Read the original post.

Here are a couple of promising finds:

http://www.photoco.com/photoshareproducts.html

The PhotoShare products look quite promising, but still a bit expensive.

Yet, maybe just after Thanksgiving or in the holiday shopping season, we could see a dip in price.
Photo share 2.4 and 7

I really like the idea of a seven inch landscape display, what a perfect simple screen for so many children to read books on, use as a partner assisted scanning system, use as an alternative pencil, or use for anything that you can think of where you can share slides!

Additionally, while on the plane home from ASHA, I saw this promising, inexpensive solution. I did a bit of digging and it is a 1.5 inch screen, still an appropriate visual display size for some some learners.

http://www.asseenontvnetwork.com/walletpix/?page=index

It is called Wallet Pix.  Check it out!

wallet pix shot

I really like the idea of $20 for this with a case. I am very intrigued with this. It will be interesting to hold one in the hand and see about the functionality. Nonetheless, this hunt is about following the technology until we can “pounce” so to speak on the right product.

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November 19, 2007 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  1. […] AdamFrucci had some great ideas on this topic.You can read a snippet of the post here.Things are looking interesting in the hunt to find a digital photo frame that can be used easily with students with special needs and is cost effective. Read the original post. Here are a couple of promising finds: … […]

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