Kodak Digital Photo Frame 8"

Kodak Digital Photo Frame 8"

Keep all your memories flashing right in front of you. Also an ideal gift for your mothers day gift. The frame also has great features like "128MB internal memory and built-in media card slots for quick and easy connection of media cards. Slideshow viewing capability with MP3 playback lets you view your photos with a musical soundtrack." $180.00

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