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Reviews Categories | QSL printers; callsign badge engravers; etc. | DX Engineering Digital Picture Frame and Scanner Systems Help


Reviews Summary for DX Engineering Digital Picture Frame and Scanner Systems
Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $$100
Description: Scan QSL cards, post cards, and photos and show your
snapshots with DX Engineering Digital Picture Frame and
Scanner Systems. Start with the a one-touch scanner that
saves your QSL cards or photos as jpeg files on your USB
flash drive, SD or MMC memory card, or computer via the
included USB cord. Scan photo paper and QSL post cards
sizes from 2 in. x 2 in. to 4 in. x 6 in. Then move the
memory card over to the big digital frame, with an 7 in.
diagonal LCD screen, that features a built-in cropping
function and comes with additional management software
for your computer.

Create a digital slideshow of DX achievements and your
precious memories with DX Engineering Digital Picture
Frame and Scanner Systems.
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.dxengineering.com/parts/dxe-qsl-kit
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WO8USA Rating: 5/5 Apr 3, 2015 16:44 Send this review to a friend
Fast, high quality, QSL scanner and display  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
I was skeptical but got this for Christmas. Scanned about 4000 QSL cards in about a month with no problems. I would only do about 50 at a time since the scanner would get warm especially if not ventilated. Scanned all my cards to a thumb drive which I then inserted into the 7 inch picture frame. I use this to display all my cards at work. Also used the scanning to back them up on my PC. It is a Chinese product and instruction language is somewhat broken, but its great for scanning QSL cards. Also wished I'd had this when scanning old photographs years ago. Highly recommended!!! 73 Chris WO8USA
 


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