Just because new tablets are hitting the market, it doesn't mean you need to get rid of your old one so fast. Instead, repurpose it into a digital photo frame at your home or office to entertain friends and family. CNET's Kara Tsuboi explains how easy it is to breathe new life into an old gadget in this Tech Minute.
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