Google AdSense Gift 2006: Digital Photo Frame

Nov 24, 2006 - 8:16 am 16 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

Google has begun giving out their AdSense gifts for the 2006 holiday season. WebmasterWorld senior member, incrediBILL, said he received his two days ago. The gift appears to be a digital photo frame, he posted the specification:

Looking for Digital Photo Frame? If you are here to buy a digital photo or picture frame, via Google, we do not sell them, but Buy.com does and here is a link to Buy.com. Find Digital Photo Frames at Buy.com

* 3.6 inch TFT digital photo frame
* 960 x 240 TFT screen, 16 mega-color
* Picture: JPG format
* Audio: MP3, WMA, WAV and records WAV itself
* Video: ASF only
* Media: Internal memory and SD card, comes with sample slideshow in memory
* USB 1.1 interface
* Power: 4 AA batteries or USB 5V or AC/DC power adapter

There are no pictures of the photo frame as of yet, as soon as I get one, Ill update this post or write a new one.

Last year, Google gave out holiday gifts with a wireless mouse, usb memory stick, 4 port hub, and more, he is a picture.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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