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Qtv Digital Photo Frame Looks Like a Tiny Television

by Paul Strauss
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Here’s the perfect digital picture frame for serious couch potatoes. The QTV frame lets you view your photos on its tiny little TV screen.

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Designed to look like a curvy retro television, complete with rabbit ear antennae, the QTV frame shows your digital images on its doll-house-sized 3.5″ LCD screen.

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Just plug in your USB thumb drive or your SD/SDHC memory card, and you can view your media in a snap. Of course, with an underwhelming 320×234 pixel screen resolution, image quality should be just about as good as that old 1960s Zenith you have sitting in the basement.

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What the QTV lacks in image resolution, it certainly tries to make up for it in features. Not only does it let you view your JPEG images, it offers MP3 playback, an alarm clock, a calendar, and an FM radio. It even includes AVI/MP4/DIVX video playback, so you can watch all your favorite (pre-recorded) TV programs on the teensy weensy screen. About the only thing the QTV doesn’t do is tune actual TV broadcasts. Go figure.

You can find the QTV digital photo frame in pink and yellow versions over at Brando for $89 USD. The only thing missing is a tiny little remote control.

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