Plug it into our unit and instantly set up a slide show, if they want, of up to five hundred images from one second to up to ten minutes on each picture." Digi-Frame VP Jerry Klein. You can connect the Digi-Frame to a computer, either a Mac or a PC, to download images and it will look good on almost any shelf... .
"We have three individual stylized frames that come with it so that it will match any décor. There's a silver frame, a translucent frame and a burl wood frame that come included with it along with an AC adaptor." That is bigger and bulkier than it should be for a shelf. The price is big and bulky too... .599 dollars. And unlike another digital frame... the 249 dollar Ceiva, you can't plug a phone line into it to download pictures directly from the Web. The Ceiva carries a three dollar a month subscription fee as well, by the way. For links to the products and more, visit us on the Web at ThirdAge.com. Bootcamp, I'm Fred Fishkin for CBS News.