Welcome to the RadioShack Digital Photo Viewer page for Wednesday, January 19th. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments for the RadioShack Digital Photo Viewer here.
RadioShack Digital Photo Viewer
Your innerly-beautiful loved ones in nauseatingly lifelike color
$29.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling
Lucky duck, you missed it: Aunt Winnie came over with vacation photographs from five separate cruises and an extensive assortment of miscellaneous baby pictures. (How the old bird can tell all these grand-nieces and grand-nephews apart is a mystery for the ages. It’s not like that branch of the family tree is especially long on personality. One of their mute little marshmallow infants is just like another, really.)
She has to have at least two hundred pictures of Uncle Bert slumping in front of some hazy but possibly scenic cityscape. It was a seemingly endless collection: Uncle Bert in Aruba, Uncle Bert in Reykjavik. Uncle Bert in Cancun, in Rio de Janeiro, in Venice, Anchorage, St. Petersburg and San Francisco.
Their tropical vacation pictures are harder on the eyes. That Bert sure isn’t shy about taking his shirt off, cardiac surgery scar be damned.
Oh, but Aunt Winnie doesn’t lug her multi-tome collection of photo albums around anymore. Instead, she just brought memory cards from her digital camera, and we popped them into the RadioShack Digital Photo Viewer. It made slogging through her thousand family photos almost bearable: We just pretended it was the boringest Game Boy cartridge ever.
Features: 3.5-in. TFT LCD screen (perfect for images of a baby or hotel hallway shot with four drunk blondes)
Screen Resolution: Dismal (we’re fairly certain its only 320×240)
Reads pictures directly from your memory card
Display supersized pictures on your TV (including pictures of your TV! How mind-blowing is that?)
Supersized pictures are worth 3,000 words
Programmable slide shows with intervals of 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute or 5 minutes
Connects to PC for photo downloading and editing
Accepts Compact Flash/Secure Digital/MultiMedia Card
Operates as card reader for CF, MMC, SD cards
Stand rotates to view photos vertically or horizontally
No batteries required (AC operation only)
Auto power-off after 12 hours
Plug ‘n Play operation
Includes AC adapter, USB cable, video cable
New in retail package
Manufacturer 1-year warranty
its a …
photo album thingy??
Wait - I know those people!
Rock! This is my first page post. I can cross it off my list of “things to do before I die”.
Yay for life! 8)
p.s. “Boringest”?! Woot… what kind of language is that?
First post, First Page
Last time this was sold by radio shack it was 49.97 according to google’s cached page
Not a bad woot…but with a small price comes a small screen.
I have been looking for a cheap one of these!
pretty bad photoshop for a pretty bad woot…
a bit better, since it actually sold out
Given how much money I spent in Santa Fe this evening, perhaps I ought to refrain… but they were all NECESSARY purchases except for perhaps the bag of crap from the feed store which I bought along with the alfalfa pellets. Speaking of the “bag of crap” (or box thereof), what is the story behind that? How far back in the annals of wootishness would I have to go to find out?
(use Mr. Rogers voice here)
And, by the way, cattle don’t gallop. Sometimes they stand or rest on the ground is a most boring manner. Sometimes they fall on their side if some naughty person comes up at night and tips them over. You’d think the naughty person would give them 15% instead but I don’t know what of. Then they would be a NICE person instead of a low-down scummy ASPCA-rule-flaunting, PETA cursing… uh, I’ve let myself get carried away there. Where’s my medicine? (gulp) Ah! That’s MUCH better. Cattle can also amble, trot, and run the **** over you when they stampede. They increase the methane content of the atmosphere. Is that a very nice thing to do? Can you say “passing gas” boys and girls? I knew you could!
(obligatory quote voice)
“My cuisinart creatively swiffled the waterdrop inverter while speaking to the robot and removing its splinter, telling it the time of day”
(use dynamic, vibrant, low SNR announcer voice here)
Now back to your regularly scheduled woot!
Woo Hoo. I had a kensington one of these, they’re pretty nice. makes it more interesting than just a pic.
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Can that screen get any smaller?