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NIX Pro Series 12-Inch Digital Picture Frame, Motion Sensor turns the frame ON/OFF automatically when it senses you nearby! 2GB Memory

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  • NIX Motion Sensor for your ultimate convenience - no more hands!
  • Hi-Res 800 x 600 SVGA LED Backlit Screen 4:3 ratio, Auto Rotate Sensor, Remote Control
  • 2GB internal memory w/ amazing Auto-Resizing, re-sizes photos to optimal size fitting 16000 Photos
  • NIX 'Azure Blue' Touch Controls on Obsidian Black Frame, 2 x 2W Speakers, Wall Mounting Hook Holes
  • UK Adapter 110-240 Volts, Photo (jpeg), Video (MP4), Music (MP3), SDHC, SD & USB Flash Drive


Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 32.4 x 3.8 x 24.1 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.9 Kg
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  • Item model number: 12"_Hu-Motion
  • ASIN: B0042USV5A
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Dec 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,390 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

The future has arrived with the NIX Pro Series 12" frame featuring a motion sensor to added convenience. Killer styling from the design studio 'NIX of London' is coupled with the latest tech to deliver the ultimate in convenience, featuring a motion sensor that turns the frame on when you're nearby and off when you're not. It really couldn't be any more convenient whilst also saving an estimated 60% off your energy bill. This frame makes a perfect gift for technophobes, no longer will a frame sit around grandma's house unused! Stylish azure blue touch controls on an obsidian black frame provides for a modern yet elegant look complimenting most interior decors. The NIX frame is designed for the greatest convenience: grab the memory card from your camera (or USB flash drive), insert it into the frame and transfer your images directly onto the frames large 2GB internal memory. The frame will automatically re-size your photos to the optimal size for the frame, allowing you to store as many as 16000 images on the 2GB internal memory whilst maintaining the best resolution for your frame. Alternatively you can connect the frame directly to your PC or MAC and transfer movies, music or other images (note the frame does not resize files from a computer only directly from a memory card or USB flash drive). The frame's motion sensor operates by switching the frame off when it senses no movement. You can set the frame to power off after sensing no movement for any period of time from 1 second through to 24 hrs down to the second! The motion sensor makes the frame ideal for commercial use too: grab customer attention with the motion sensor. Remind employees of SOP's or announcements when they pass by. Hospitals worldwide use motion-sensing frames to remind staff of hygiene procedures at key locations.

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Cooper on 3 May 2011
I had been waiting for a digital photoframe for a long time. I saw this was released in the States and contacted them for a UK distributor.
The frame was ordered on a Friday evening and was delivered on the Monday morning.
It is easy to set up they recommend a 800*600 format, the clarity is excellent, have it set on factory default settings with it switching off after 30 minutes if it doesn't detect any movement.
Can only recommend this to anyone wanting a 12" frame
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55 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Chris on 27 Nov 2011
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We identified this frame as offering a good balance of price, functionality and, based upon reviews, quality. The intention was to purchase three as Xmas gifts for sons (each loaded with embarrassing photos from their youth). Decided to order one frame (for £109.99) to determine suitability. This arrived but the display was faulty (damaged/dead area in one corner). Returned, money refunded and replacement ordered (for £99.99). Replacement appeared okay so ordered two more (for £109.99). Of these one was faulty (damaged dead area on one side and display "yellow") and returned, refunded and replacement ordered. This replacement seems okay. Hence required to order five frames to get three that are acceptable.

A 40% rejection rate suggests a total lack of quality control at the manufacturers. This aside display size, resolution and colour are good for the price and the features such as motion detect and picture rotation are useful.

I note that the price has now increased to £119.99. Anticipation of Xmas orders no doubt. Over the same period the price of the larger 15" frame has varied between £109.99 and £139.99
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tonkatoy on 23 Mar 2011
As others have said this is a great photo frame full of usefull features with good picture reproduction. Everything you expect really from a fairly pricy (compared with others)bit of kit.
The biggest advantage I've found is that it has a random feature for the photo's, you'd think all frames came with this function but I struggled to find a large frame with this feature.
Biggest disadvantage - I'd call it a design fault really, I've wall mounted the frame but now can't get a memory card into the SD slot without taking the frame off the wall as the slot is recessed at the side of the frame. This usually wouldn't be a problem but the frame hangs by two screws in 'keyhole' slots and is the devils own job to locate the holes on the screws simultaneously when you can't see them.

Still, it was for my wife's birthday and she loves it so can't be all bad.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Wath360 on 10 Feb 2011
The size gives it a real 'wow' factor when compared to 7"/8" frames, plus the styling is very nice.

Being much larger than most digital frames I was worried that 800x600 would not be a high enough resolution however I've found this to be absolutely fine.

The picture quality and viewing angle is good and it's packed with some really great features. In particular I like the:

- Motion sensor (comes on when you walk in the room)
- Oriantation sensor (potrait pictures automatically fill the screen when the frame is turned round)

also plays video files and has a remote control.

Absolutely brilliant frame - can't recommend highly enough!

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jeffchob on 23 Jun 2011
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I'd been looking for a digital photo frame for a while, and after purchasing a 7" frame from my local supermarket, i realised just how small (& in my opinion, pointless) the display was. So i returned the frame and started looking for bigger alternatives - and you'll be hard pushed to find anything of better quality for the asking price, than this NIX 12" frame!!

Most alternatives from big name brands (Sony etc) in the 12" & above category are closer to the £200 mark and while i'm sure they are also of high quality, i'm yet to find anything that has made me regret this purchase.

The build quality of the frame is very good. Sure, it's a bit 'plasticy' on the back of the frame (but then who really cares about the back?), but the front of frame has a classy looking black gloss border surrounding the photo display. The main controls of the frame are operated via some touch sensitive buttons on the front right of the frame, and for the most part, work very effectively (and there's also a remote control if touching the photo frame isn't for you).

The display quality (which, let's be honest is a key factor) is excellent. OK, it's not 'HD', but the 600x800 displays clearly on such a large screen, even when viewed up close (although you can start to discern the individual pixels). From a distance however, the images are spot on, with vibrant colours and contrast. The transitions between photos are fairly standard, but are well rendered and smooth, making just sitting and watching the frame for a few minutes, a pleasure.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Felix on 30 Nov 2011
This digital frame has certainly good aspects (like the motion activation feature) that have been highlighted by many reviews, so I will skip and give them for granted. What I find a bit disappointing is the quality of the images, which seems a bit "wahsed out", despite I have tried pretty extensively (but unsuccessfully) to tune it via contrast and brightness. My impression is that you will never get the bright colours of other smaller frames.
Another annoying aspect is the strong variation of the quality from the angle point of view: it's enough to slightly move in front of the frame for getting a drastic reduction in contrast, as it used to happen with the old generation LCD screen. Conclusion: what a pity :-/
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