Flexible display modes give you the freedom to display your photos one image at one time, in thumbnail mode for quick, easy searches, or to create a slideshow of your most treasured photos.
The very best high density screen in the industry displays 88 percent more pixels per square inch than even a high end 17-inch LCD monitor -- showing off your treasured photos with the same 'real life' rich detail and vibrant colours as high quality prints.
Prestigious international organisations select outstanding products for design awards; Philips display devices regularly win such awards including the iF, Good Design Award and Reddot Design Award.
A built-in clock turns your Photo Frame on or off at times you select.
AC or on-board battery power gives you the choice of operating your Photo Frame on standard AC power or cordlessly with the on-board rechargeable battery.
A slideshow is a collection of images arranged in sequence for presenting to an audience. Pressing the button and selecting the slideshow function automatically displays all photos stored on your Photo Frame, page-by-page.
A USB connector is built into the device for easy and quick downloading photos from a PC.
Full colour display brings out the best in your photos with vibrant, real life colours by displaying the same full range of colours found in professionally printed photos.
PROS - Bright screen, easy to use, timer on/off, effects, slideshow, picture time, reads of sd card, looks great
cons/points - rechargable batt 40-50mins a bit of waste this day an age you can get batts that last longer why not put one in especially at the price, would have also liked to see either blue tooth/wireless for even greater scope for transfering pictures from phone or laptops
Overall it does what it says and is a brilliant way to see your digital photos/or scan you old ones, without dusting off the old albums. For more photos get an sd card and youll be well away.
Minor niggles. Only has room for around 50 photo's internally so use of a memory card crucial, but this has limitations:
If you switch on the display with the card inserted it just copies as many images as it can to its internal memory then only displays those. Only way I have been able to find of getting it to run a slideshow from the card is to remove and re-insert it (which you have to repeat every time the display gets switched off).
Also note that it will not rotate photo's on a card in the way it will for those in the internal memory so 'portrait' photo's are not useable directly.
Also useful to know that it displays the photos in the order in which you copy them to the memory card, not in order of name etc.
Hopefully the limitations can be tackled in a future firmware update, but anyway still the best price/performance digital photo display I have seen.
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