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Pandigital PAN8008DW Photo Mail 8-Inch LED Digital Picture Frame (Black)

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  • 8 inch photo mail LED digital photo frame
  • 800x600 resolution
  • Holds up to 6400 images without distortion or cropping
  • Six in one card reader and 1GB internal memory
  • Works with optional wireless USB adapter
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Product Description

Product Description

The perfect gift, the 8-inch photo mail LED digital photo frame by Pandigital allows friends and family to send photos directly to the frame. As each photo mail frame has a unique email address, photos can be mailed directly to the frame from PC, cellphone or netbook and with One-Touch, the emailed photos are available for viewing.

From the Manufacturer

Email all your photos directly to a picture frame so you can share them instantly with the innovative Pandigital Photo Mail 8-Inch LED Digital Picture Frame. The frame comes with a unique email address so you can easily send pictures from your smartphone, PC, or netbook. And it's completely self-contained, so you won't have to hassle with a complicated WiFi setup. Pre-loaded with enough AT&T network time to receive 60 pictures, the Photo Mail Frame lets you enjoy your favorite moments almost as soon as they happen.

Pandigital Photo Mail 8-Inch LED Digital Picture Frame
At a Glance:

  • Receives your photos instantly, via email, from anywhere
  • Large, eight-inch LCD screen provides distortion-free viewing
  • 1GB of memory stores 6,400 photos; memory-card reader for expansion
  • Compatible with movie (AVI) and music (MP3) files
  • Easy setup--receives photos with one touch
  • Includes AC adapter, remote, and Mini USB cable
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Email photos to the eight-inch LCD frame and it automatically rotates/resizes them. View larger.
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Receive photos via email automatically from anywhere at any time.
Unique Email Address for Easy Photo Sharing
The Pandigital Photo Mail 8-Inch LED Digital Picture Frame makes sharing your favorite photos quick and easy. Simply send your pictures directly from your PC, smartphone, or social networking site to the Photo Mail Frame’s unique, pre-set email address, and your photos will be available for immediate viewing.

When you're at home, you'll also have the option of using the frame's USB port or memory card reader to quickly transfer photos. And the Photo Mail Frame is compatible with AVI and MP3 files, too, so you can use it to watch home movies or to add music to your photo slideshows.

One-Touch Viewing
With a single touch, your family and friends can enjoy all your adventures and important moments in pictures--instantly. Pictures are automatically resized or rotated to fit the screen, and the frame’s eight-inch, backlit LCD screen provides distortion-free viewing. Additionally, the brightness level is adjustable for optimal viewing in any light. There’s also a built-in clock, calendar, and alarm, making it ideal for the nightstand.

Store and Display up to 6,400 Photos
Friends and family will be able to store and view loads of photos with the 6,400-picture capacity and internal 1GB of memory. And in case you want to store even more photos, the frame features a 6-in-1 memory card reader for expansion.

No Monthly Subscription Required
To help you get started quickly, the Photo Mail Frame comes pre-loaded with enough AT&T network time to receive 60 photos immediately. The Photo Mail Frame requires no monthly subscription, and additional photo packages can be added as needed, allowing you to pay for only the network time that you want, when you want it.

Simple, Plug-and-Play Operation
The Photo Mail Frame is self-contained and requires no complicated setup, syncing, or confusing WiFi installation. It’s ready to receive photos right out of the box.

The Pandigital PAN8008DW Photo Mail 8-Inch LED Digital Picture Frame is backed by a limited one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Pandigital PAN8008DW Photo Mail 8-Inch LED Digital Picture Frame (Espresso), AC adapter, remote, Mini USB cable, User Guide, and Quick Start Guide.


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Put your family memories on display at the touch of a button--no need to hassle with a complicated WiFi setup or monthly subscription.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 4 x 11.5 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0036SHAVK
  • Item model number: PAN8008DW
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2010

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

79 of 83 people found the following review helpful By DeP on July 28, 2010
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Update 15DEC2012: With the company now out of business the PictureMail feature now longer works. The product description has not been update so please understand that what you will receive today will not match what the it says you are getting.

We wanted a digital photo frame that would receive new photos we sent without the need of any computer or internet connection and this one seemed to fit the bill exactly. Intended for use by an elderly relative who has no computer or technology skills at all we were attracted with the units marketing copy that said, "Simple, Plug-and-Play Operation ... One-Touch Viewing: With a single touch, your family and friends can enjoy all your adventures and important moments in pictures--instantly..."

However, when we received it the reality was different. To get new photos to show up the user must, each time, navigate a menu system using a tinny remote control and download the emails. Then they need to 'back out' of the email system and restart the frame's slide show using the same tinny remote control. It is not one touch, and it is not instant, and it is not simple.

That said, Amazon was amazing as usual with delivery and the return process was fast and smooth. Thanks Amazon!
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Gadgester HALL OF FAME on October 9, 2010
Whoever designed this is a complete idiot. The idea, on paper, is good: like the Kindle, it pulls your photos off their servers via the AT&T cellular network. This means you don't need to connect it to a PC or even insert any memory cards, although both PC connection and memory cards are supported. With an additional wi-fi adapter, you can also use wi-fi to download photos to this digital photo frame.

I bought mine from my local Costco and have been extremely frustrated by how poor the user interface design is. It's a pity, because the frame itself is a decent one, with 800x600 resolution and rich colors and good brightness. I really didn't want to give it 1 star only, but given the amount of stress I've experienced trying to use it, I think that's what it deserves.

First off, it takes forever to connect to the server via the AT&T Edge network. That's supposed to be a high-speed (it's 2G or 2.5G as implemented on AT&T's network, depending whom you ask), but connecting and downloading pictures are painfully slow. What makes the experience unbearable is, the overall performance and responsiveness of the Pandigital frame are abysmal. After you select the download option, for instance, nothing happens for a while, so you're not sure if the frame registered your command or not.

This lack of responsiveness is exacerbated when you use the credit-card-sized remote control. It uses IR, but it's not clear to me where the IR port is located on the frame itself, so I'm never sure where to point the remote. No matter where I point (including the sides and back and top), the remote is extremely unresponsive. The frame itself only has a few buttons and, as the manual explains, does not allow you to access all functions.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Sunday VINE VOICE on April 10, 2011
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I'm surprised all the reviews so far for this photo frame are mostly negative. It's not without its problems, but it's still relatively easy to use and actually a lot of fun. There's both a "Quick Start Guide" plus a 29 page "User Guide". The frame is easier to use if you read the "User Guide", and consult it if you have problems. But you also can just push buttons on the remote, and usually get what you want. The remote is not as sensitive as it could be. Sometimes you have to repeatedly press buttons to get to the screen you want. I'm not sure, however, if it's the remote itself, where you have it pointed, or the distance from the frame. Still, there has never been a time yet when the right screen did not come up. One very important thing to know--there are two menu screens. When you hit the menu button, the "home" menu screen for photos, music and video management pops up. This is the menu screen you will use the most. But if you need the "setup menu" screen, just push the "menu" button again while the screen is on the "home" screen. There is a "menu" button on the frame itself, along with a few other buttons, but not all the buttons that are on the remote.

Set up was easy. You just take the frame out of the box, plug in the AC cord, and turn on the frame, with the on/off switch that is on the frame itself. Before putting the frame down on a surface, however, make sure you EXTEND the adjustable stand. It does extend, even though it first appear not to. Just pull out the plastic piece on the bottom. This keeps the frame from falling over. You can also rotate the stand so the frame is vertical instead of horizontal. But you also can use the remote to rotate pictures, too.

How to get pictures on the frame? E-mail is the easiest way and the most fun.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By arnie155 on December 22, 2010
Be prepared to sit on the phone with customer service for hours not to reach anyone. Limited number of photo downloads after that you have to buy a photo package which they don't tell you about or give you the pricing before purchasing the product. As it turns out their offices don't even really know the pricing on the packages, but what I was told was $50 for every 700 photos. Product itself is difficult to use. The remote has a major lag time and very small buttons. The idea is great but if they are going to charge extra for photo packages when you already paid a premium dollar on the frame, to me it is not a good buy. I hear better things about the Kodak Pulse if you are looking to get a digital frame with photo mail.
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