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Digital Photo Greeting Cards For More Personal Messages

Updated on September 28, 2011

A More Special and Personalized Greeting Card

If you think of digital photo greeting cards, you probably imagine a personalized card that allows you to print and include your own photos on the card. Certainly, these are wonderful items to send to friends and loved ones on special occasions.

However, there is another kind of digital photo greeting card, one that can be a very special gift. Pandigital now offers affordable photo greeting cards that feature a tiny digital photo frame inside.

These cards are unique and highly personalized. Anyone who receives them is sure to be delighted.

What is the Pandigital Digital Photo Greeting Card?

Pandigital has a variety of cards available. There are designs for various occasions; congratulation cards, Valentine's Day cards, Good Times, and so forth. There are also a variety of Birthday cards and a selection of Christmas cards as well.

Inside there is a 1.44" screen that is capable of displaying the digital photos you select to include. The screen can be viewed from the front of the card through a cut out. The card has enough memory to store approximately 50 images which it presents in slide show fashion every time the card is opened.

How It Works

The card operates off of two 3V button cell batteries. These batteries can last for many months due to the low power consumption. It also comes with built in software to allow you to locate, edit, and upload the photos that you want to use. The card has a USB port and comes with the appropriate cable to allow you to connect to your computer to complete this task.

Once you have your photos uploaded you merely need to package up your greeting card and mail it. You can view the video posted below to learn more about the process of loading the digital photo greeting card and mailing it.

Is There Anything Else I Should Know?

These digital photo greeting cards obviously have some electronics and a display inside. This means they are breakable. Therefore, using a padded mailer is advisable. This may of course require a bit of extra postage.

These cards will also cost a bit more than your average greeting card for the obvious reasons. However, in many instances they can stand as gift themselves.

A Look at the Pandigital Photo Greeting Card


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      PaperNotes 7 years ago

      I was already thinking of a Christmas card to send to my mother-in-law who is based abroad and this hub gave me an idea of what card to use. Thanks!

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      Tony McGregor 7 years ago from South Africa

      I really like the idea of these. Thanks for introducing me to the technology.

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      billyaustindillon 7 years ago

      Very cool - this looks like something we need to try with cool family shots - the Christmas cards sounds very tempting to. Thanks for the insight on digital greeting cards.

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      De Greek 7 years ago from UK

      I have noted this down, thank you :-)

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      Christine Mulberry 7 years ago

      De Greek: I've personally made cards on and I know Winkflash and RitzPix lets you make them too.

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      Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

      Great ideas for greeting cards.

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      De Greek 7 years ago from UK

      Any ideas on how best to make personailised Christmas cards on your computer using a family photo? :-)