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6.5" Aigo Digital Photo Frame Clear - With MP3 Playback & Changeable Bezel
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- High quality 6.5 LCD screen for a crisp and full colour viewing experience
- View photos from built-in memory, or your own memory card
- Interchangeable black or silver bezel included
- MP3 Playback through speakers
- Accepts popular memory cards: XD/SD/MMC/CF/Sony Memory Stick
- Take photos on memory card directly from your camera, or use PC to transfer photos
- Can be used to read memory cards, when connected to your PC via USB cable
- Supports JPG-format photos only
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Share photos hidden on your PC with friends and family, or showcase latest information in your office. Use anywhere in the home or office - without the need for a PC. Also now you can listen to music whilst reliving your fond memories. You can even change the bezels between black & silver (supplied) to suit your environment or mood.
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The manual states that it supports pictures up to 12 million pixels. The maximum I have used is 9 million, without any problem. Equally photos with 3 and 6 million display well.
Regardless of what camera you have I would recommend buying 1gb SD cards from Amazon at under £6 and use thes as the source, having copied the photos from the PC.
This digital photo frame looks pretty impressive, nice size screen - looks about the same size as a standard 6x4 photo - the changeable inserts make the whole thing sound a bit creaky to touch - but I guess you wont be holding it for long.
The menu is easy to use but I couldnt find a way to put in my Sony Memory Stick despite what it says above !
Connection to the PC was simple, I transfered about ten photos of my family (part of the gift!!) - the display was clear and sharp - some photos looked a little blurred but that may have been more about the resolution of the photo, than the frame itself - no messing around resizing any of them. For some reason black/dark photos seems to have a white one pixel border around them - which distrupts the effect of the black frame bezel - nothing serious though.
I have seen the Philips version (£140>) and this is comparable, so worth a try. The integrated memory means no addition memory cards to buy (at least not this year!!).
Up close the resolution isn't great, a bit pixelly, but from a metre or more away (where you'll likely be watching the show anyway) it's fine.
Would easily recommend.
She really liked the product. The frame looks sufficiently sturdy and stylish and the slide show looked good.
The big problem was trying to get a memory card to work. I tried a small memory card from my mobile, which never seemd to work or fit in properly and wasn't recognised.
I then invested in the larger card (MMC?) which was recognised, but the photo frame would not install.
The standard memory would only hold 2 mp3 tracks and about 50 smallish photos, so reluctantly I had to return it for a refund. A shame really.