Basketball Digital Picture Frame

Basketball Digital Picture Frame

Because of the NCAA Basketball Championships, has listed a lot of basketball gadgets like the Basketball Player Webcam, USB Basketball Game, Basketball Mouse, and Basketball Flash Drive. Now comes the latest basketball gadget, the Basketball Digital Picture Frame. It features a clear and crisp 3.5″ LCD picture screen with a textured, authentic basketball faceplate.

In addition to being a digital picture frame, this basketball shaped gadget also has clock and calendar functions built-in. This makes it a great desktop gizmo for b-ball fans. It’s also a great gift for kids that play on basketball teams or parents of those kids.

Basketball Digital Picture Frame Calendar

This basketball digital picture frame is as popular as the Three-Point Shootout held every year at NBA’s All-Star Game. Richly textured with basketball ridges and dimples, this basketball picture frame displays clear and crisp images in a 4×3 format. It creates an impressive display to show off your pictures whether at home or at work. Calendar and clock functions are standard too. Included in the package are an AC adapter and a USB cable. Hey team moms, why not get one for every player and load it up with their best season photos!?

Basketball Digital Picture Frame Clock

Fan Frames All-Star Basketball Digital Picture Frame

  • Sharp 3.5″ LCD in 4×3 aspect ratio
  • Basketball themed Digital Picture Frame
  • Authentic textured 5.5″ Diameter Faceplate
  • Clock, Calendar, and Programmable On/Off Functions
  • SD Card Expansion Slot and Mini USB Port

Fan Frames All-Star Basketball Digital Picture Frame

Order the Fan Frames All-Star Basketball Digital Picture Frame for $39.95 from

Also, be sure to check out some of our past basketball themed gadgets such as the Basketball Headphones, Basketball Wireless Mouse, Basketball Twitch Game, and Basketball Dunk Game.

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About Ryan Cooper

Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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