I recently got intersected in those. Boy are they expensive for only a tiny 6 or 9 inch screen.
This would fit in with the recycled computers article.
An old laptop with a large hard drive would be perfect and would hold many more photos than any photo display.
Make a doily or something to cover the keyboard. Load only the operating system and then the photos.
Use a utility to show the photos. Set them for the desired length of time. You might want to find some utility to shut off the display at night and turn it back on in the morning.
My self I am about to use an old 450mhz desktop to do this.
I'll hide it behind the sofa and use an LCD display for mine.
I have well over 2000 photos from diving and the Navy on CDs that are too nice to leave in a box.
I want to buy a digital photo display unit for my 93 year old grandmother. So far it looks like the Philips Digital Photo Display 7FFI is the front runner but I wanted to ask if anyone had any others to consider. Also, is it worth getting the 9 inch instead of this smaller one? I can't find any good reviews of the 9 inch model and am just guessing that it is as nice as the smaller unit.
I like that she can not only plug it in, but unplug it to take with her to Bridge Club etc. And it looks like it has a timer feature so it can be set to only be on at certain times?
All input appreciated.