Photo Viewer review

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Ilse Jurrien
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Parrot Photo Viewer review

content type Review Mail the editor Posted by Ilse Jurrien
Thursday, April 26th 2007 - 22:55 CEST - Comments: 0
I n the year 1994 Henri Seydoux founded Parrot in Paris. Parrot's complete assortment consists of products that fully aim at the cell phone and Bluetooth market. They manufacture products such as loudspeakers you can connect to your cell phone or computer via Bluetooth and Bluetooth hands-free sets. Monitoring the Parrot assortment for a while we found out that their products have become more innovative and more beautiful in a short period of time. Recently a new Parrot product attracted my attention; a 7-inch digital photo frame that lets you transfer your pictures to the internal memory through Bluetooth. Parrot has been so kind as to send me a sample which gave me the opportunity of testing the Parrot Photo Viewer 7".
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Parrot Bluetooth Photo Viewer - Menu

The Parrot Photo Viewer's menu is quite easy. It contains some essential items. You can turn pictures, start a slideshow and arrange pictures. Those pictures that have been displayed for a while or the ones you don't like after all can be deleted through the recycle bin. Through the setting menu you can select the language among other things. Furthermore the same menu offers the possibility to set the time and to decide when to change the mode to standby. You can also change the Bluetooth visibility here and the name of your Bluetooth photo frame, as well as add a pin code. It prevents people other than yourself to upload photos on your Photo Viewer. How well the 7" Photo Viewer did in practice can be read in the following Parrot digital photo frame review.

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