Digital frame has a secret to pull out

But it still doesn't justify the price.

Fareastgizmos

We know, it's just what the world needs--another digital photo frame. But this one's different, honest. At least a little bit.

Kenko's KDF-07 may look like an ordinary 7-inch screen, as seen on Fareastgizmos, but it hides a secret control panel that slides out from the side then retracts when not in use to maintain the sleek look of the frame in silver, black matte, and wood grain finishes. That's hardly enough reason to charge $160 on the Japanese market for a product that has comparable competition for less money and more features from other other manufacturers. We do appreciate the size, however, because in digital photo frames we think smaller is better .

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