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Digital photo Frame

I received a digital frame made by/or for Polaroid.

My problem is my digital camera uses an XD card which the digital frame does not take.

Does Polaroid make a digital frame that takes an XD card or do I have to purchase a card reader and use the USB port?

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I went to Radio Shack and purchased an XD card reader with an USB connection.
I connected to my digital photo frame and was able to see the pictures on the XD camera card on the Polaroid digital photo frame.

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