A tiny 5-in-1 digital photo frame

It's screen is small, but it compensates with other functions


Other than Ceiva, we've never quite understood the need for all these digital picture frames, and getting enormous just made things worse.

Mustek's Photostation PF-D420 goes in the opposite direction--it has only a 2.4-inch LCD--but it compensates for its petite stature by including other functions, according to Chip Chick. In fact, it might be more accurate to describe it as an alarm clock that plays MP3s, FM radio, and, as a bonus, digital slide shows.

Perhaps the most useful feature of all is its thermometer, because it can help you decide if you really want to get out of bed at all.

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