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Red 1.5" 32MB Digital Photo Keychain



This Red Digital Photo Keychain contains 32MB of memory to hold up to 475 pictures and can be personalized on the back.
Main features:
* 1.5 inch 128x128 LCD display;
* 32 MB internal memory which can store about 475 pictures;
* Auto / manual picture slide show, slide time adjustable.
* Manual switch between picture and time display
* Time display including date, week, hours, minutes and seconds.
* Time manual adjustable or sync with computer via software.
* Picture format: JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF;
* Picture size automatically cut by software.
* Input / output picture via photo View software included
* Built-in rechargeable battery
* Charged / data downloaded via 5 pins USB cable


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My Opinion:
I was super excited to review this keychain, being an amateur photographer, I thought it would be great having my photos readily available.
I got the keychain a week ago, and since then have been trying to get the driver installed on my computer. It should be all automatic, according to the Wholesale Keychain place, but unfortunately not for me. I even asked what file I should manually look for, and honestly their department has ignored that question.
If I could get it working on my computer, or get some help from the place that sent it, I'd be laughing, but sadly it is not so.
Frankly, when you ask a company a question in regards to reviewing their products, if they don't help, why endorse them?!
So I don't recommend this place to my readers. If I ever get answered back, or get the keychain actually working, I'll revise my review. Until then I think this place sucks!


Personalized for me.



1/5 (credit for the personalization and sending to me, otherwise it would be 0/5)


Recommend? No.


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Comments

  1. eek! too bad. it looks cute though and handy for photographers. for now, my cell phone works for the quickie shots. actually that is my main camera these days. so convenient and compact. only thing is, no zoom capability. perhaps, time to upgrade.

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  2. What a shame, it is a cute looking little devise. Can't review what doesn't work.

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