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Pandigital PANTV1512 15.6-Inch Kitchen Technology Center Digital Picture Frame
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- 4 devices in 1: Digital Recipe Collection, HDTV, Digital Photo Frame, Wireless Internet Device
- Simple, PanTouchphoto touch-screen controls combined, with Pre-Loaded Recipes from Bon Apetit, and a Digital Ready TV with 1024 x 768 HD
- 1 G of internal memory to store up to 3000 pictures
- The Pandigital KTC includes 3 face places to match any kitchen décor . Also includes hardware to mount under cabinet, hang on wall
- KTC includes HD TV, Digital Cookbook, Digital Picture Frame and Wireless Internet Device.
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|Digital Storage Capacity||1 GB|
|Image Aspect Ratio||12/31/1899|
|Item Dimensions||18 x 6 x 21 inches|
|Shipping Weight||13.35 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
View your favorite photos on a movie quality flat screen
Pandigital's digital photo frames have stunning picture quality and this one is no exception. Your photos and videos will be viewed on a 1200 x 720p resolution (hi-def movie quality) screen, 400:1 image contrast ratio, and 16:9 aspect ratio. The frame stores up to 3000 jpeg images with 1 GB of internal memory.
PanTouch splash-protected touch sensor technology allows you to use the touch screen user interface to select photos from thumbnails and then to scroll through photos effortlessly. Built-in speakers can play downloaded audio while displaying a slide show to entertain guests, your children, or even yourself. The 5 in 1 card reader supports SD, MS, MS Pro, MMC and xD cards. Also supported are micro drives and thumb drives via the high speed USB 2.0 port.
Be entertained and connected
The HD-ready monitor allows you to watch all your favorite movies, re-runs, cartoons, news, talk shows, or even cooking shows. It has adjustable color and contrast, headphone jack, and remote control, as any good tv should. HDTV connections allow you to connect the KTC to your satellite, pc, cable, or DVD player.
As an internet device, the Kitchen Technology Center’s wi-fi dongle connects your kitchen to the world-at-large via your existing wireless network and RSS feed. You can access news, weather, traffic, and photo-sharing websites.
As the frosting on the cake, the pepperoni on the pizza, or the cheese sauce on the omlet, the Kitchen Technology Center comes preloaded with more than 80 versatile and yummy seasonal recipes from Bon Appetit. You will find tempting appetizer, side dish, main course, and dessert recipes (additional Bon Apetit cookbooks on SD cards are available for purchase separately). Want to know what’s so great about these recipes and this format, as opposed to a traditional cookbook? Beautiful color photographs, tips, and video demonstrations to guide you along, that’s what.
4-in-1 Kitchen Technology Center
- Digital photo frame with PanTouch technology
- 15.6-inch high definition television
- Wireless internet device
- Digital cookbook featuring Bon Appetit digital recipe collection
15.6-inch Kitchen Technology Center, remote control, AC adapter, USB cable, user manual, quick start guide, warranty card, mounting hardware, black, white, and metallic faceplates, wireless USB adapter
Top Customer Reviews
Adding recipes isnt very tech friendly. You must type your recipes in mspaint or another photo editing program and save them as jpgs. you can then add them to the bon-apetite folder on the actual unit by hooking up usb cable to laptop\desktop. your computer will see a bunch of removable drives. You then find the recipe folders. transfer the jpgs to the bonapetite folder, then you can move them to their correct folder as favorites (soups, entrees, etc). You have to name them in the correct way too. they start from 001 to 100. When you add the jpg you must name it in the right # sequence. This is the only way i could get it to work. You can also do screenshots of [...]or other cooking websites, save as jpeg and then transfer them.
You will also need external speakers because the sound sucks.
The wireless is just to stream picasa pictures.. thats it. You have to install a yahoo widget to access the ubnit to transfer pics directly to it. Better off to do everything via usb.
The manual was garbage. I am a very experienced techie and it took me a couple hours to setup all the features.
very cool idea, but i dont think they got it right the first time. Ill probably still buy one... but the average computer user wont be able to use all the features without help imo
The recipe feature only has a few recipes from Bon Appetit, not the entire collection as I was led to believe.
It is a touch Frame, not a Touchscreen. The touch frame worked for about 2 weeks.
The remote control barely worked when new, now it is non working.
The mount is poorly made. It seems sturdy, but it's adjustments to create friction to hold the screen in place simply don't work, no matter how hard you tighten them. The mounting screws are total junk, the heads strip right off of them. I have to lean my set against my backsplash, or it pivots forward on the mount.
The picture quality is terrible, and the set does not have enough volume to hear it if anything else is going on in the room, even at max level.
Worst of all, I emailed the company to complain, and they don't even return the emails.
A definite mistake to buy. I can't believe they're actually advertising this product as being so great. IT IS JUNK!
I bought 2. One for us and one as a Christmas present. After setting one up, I knew I wanted to return them. I was charged a 20% restocking fee plus shipping on each one.
Even though it's tempting, I wouldn't buy this.
"On December 15th FrameIt will shut down and the content you manage with the service will stop being delivered to your digital frame. Rest assured that none of the photos, videos, or other content FrameIt delivers to your digital frame will be deleted. The photos and videos you have on Windows Live Photos and Windows Live SkyDrive will still be available, but to view them with your frame, you might need to use another service.
"For information on how to set up your digital frame with another service, review the instructions that came with your frame, or visit the manufacturer's website. Thanks, the FrameIt Team"
Without the Microsoft FrameIT service, it's nothing more than a digital cookbook now. I suppose you could say that it's a digital cookbook with the capability to show your own pictures, but that's all it does. And actually, unless the digital cookbook videos and images are stored locally on the device, it's nothing more than a digital photo frame because without the FrameIt service, you won't be able to download the content. Based on all the other negative reviews, I would say please don't waste your money!
The internet upload feature does not work! The USB port works pretty well, but is not flexible. You must use their pre-defined catagories.
The TV feature is the only great feature that is usable. The photo frame feature is awkward to use and does not allow the user to define their own catagories.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought it was really cool at first but it is kind of hard to use.Published 8 months ago by Danielle Beckley
I got this for Christmas a few years ago & I was completely dissatisfied. There aren't many recipes. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lisa
Had some initial problems in receiving a power cord.
However, they did respond and I did receive the appropriate power cord. Read more
it works for pictures, no internet, what happnd? cand get connected to boohoo (yahoo) or picaso?? hehehehe. got recipees hooked up to pc, watch DW televison on internet. Read morePublished on November 25, 2012 by Al A. Martinez
I can confirm all the negative reviews of this product. Absolutely none of the features work as advertised. I paid $99 for it and was very disappointed. Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by Kara
Item has been a hassel since we purchased it. Its a great idea, if it worked. I got this TV for Christmas & it is already not working. A little over 3 months and it wont work. Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by mommyof3
Well as most have reported it is a TV and photo frame, anything else pictured on the box is pure fraud. I purchased from a liquidation store for $100.00. Read morePublished on February 24, 2011 by MickinWindsor
Can't speak to the issue folks have with poor audio, or it's limited WiFi capabilities, 'cause I was *done* with it just as soon as it powered up: I have cameras and cellphones... Read morePublished on January 18, 2011 by d@niel
The Pandigital Kitchen Technology Center is possibly the worst technology product of the decade. Despite repeated attempts, I could not find an advertised feature of this product... Read morePublished on January 17, 2011 by wjcunning