I’ve got a quick review for you today of a vintage style photo album from a company called Mudder. The album is well made and can hold up to sixty pictures in it and it’s pre-cut for you making it easy to use. Read on to learn more..
I’ve never heard of this company so download the software at your own risk I guess, but free is free and I figured why not post about it?! You can get the software free from November 27th to December 6th.
Snip from the email:
Recently, we organized a giveaway campaign for our Watermark Software, which owns the ability of protecting your photo copyright by adding text/image watermark. It’s a program might be useful for your readers. So, please feel free to share it.
The giveaway campaign is from Nov.27 to Dec.6.
Get Watermark Software @ http://www.watermark-software.com
Another review by me over on TestFreaks..
"Generic, No-name, Off-brand or whatever you want to call it, a lot of people shy away from anything that isn’t a major name brand product but from my experience they can be just as good if not even better sometimes than that popular brand named product. I’ve also come to realize that name brand or off brand, both can fail anytime and just because something costs more doesn’t necessarily mean it’s better!
I’ve recently been introduced to a company called Tmart where you can find great deals on numerous products, be them name brand or not. They’ve asked me to review a few of their products and I have one of them today which is the 1.5" 16MB Key Chain LCD Digital Photo Frame White & Silver. That’s the actual product name from their website, no name brand or nothing like that and it only costs $7.94 and that’s including free shipping! Overall it’s not a bad deal. The frame can store up to 150 photos and has several options and best of all I think is that it has a rechargeable battery."
"I’m sure a lot of you out there got a digital photo frame for Christmas, they’re one of the more popular gifts. I bet though that the one you got couldn’t also be used as a USB monitor, well that’s what I got, not for Christmas but for review from Geeks.com. The photo frame slash USB monitor I got for review is what one would call no-name or generic, it’s just called the 7” 800×480 USB Secondary LCD Monitor. It features a USB port and an SD card slot so you can view your pictures and it has 1gig of internal memory as well. "
Remember, stop over Geeks.com for all your Digital Picture Frame needs!