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NIX 15 Inch Hi-Resolution Digital Picture Frame, 4GB Internal Memory, Photo, Video, Music, Split Screen Option - Plug & Play X15B
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- Huge 15 Inch Hi-Resolution LED Backlit LCD Digital Photo Frame (4:3) with 1024 x 768 pixels
- Plug & Play Simplicity. Also suitable for commercial use. Photo, Video (mp4 & avi), calendar
- Huge 4GB Portable Thumb Drive Memory, SD & USB Sockets
- Auto on/off, alarm clock, Wall Mountable (VESA 75 x 75mm)
- Great gift idea, full customer service including file and video compatibility advice and VAT receipts
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Introducing our high impact X15B frame, ready to play your pictures and videos straight out of the box with our easy to use 'plug and play' design. We've equipped it with a generous 4GB memory, housed in a very small and portable USB thumb drive so you can conveniently move photos from your computer to your frame. Combined with a simple, clear remote control, it's a breeze to get started. Packed with features, the X15B will play your photos (JPEG), videos (MPEG4 / .AVI) and music (MP3), with adjustable slide show settings and also a spilt screen mode to show four photos at once. Photos or videos can both be set to loop, or you can use the timer and alarm and wake up to your favourite memories each day! The timer settings allow you to set the screens up and never need to manually switch them on or off again, whilst never wasting electricity - perfect for commercial use. The X15B comes with a fold out stand and wall mount holes (VESA standard 75mm x 75mm) as standard. Sleek design coupled with plug & play simplicity, this frame is ideal for your home, as a gift or for use as a digital advertising screen.
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This product is very robust and performs very well.
An excellent device at a very reasonable price.
Pictures are bright, viewing angles are excellent left to right but some degradation vertically but this is in common with most displays of this type..
Random Photo viewing works very well. Shuffle effects are good.
Unlike some frames this frame will play automatically when power is supplied and also has a built in on/off timer.
I think most reported problems experienced by users are most likely caused by user error.Firstly I think you need to realize that the operation system in the Photo Frame, like many other electronic products, is not totally Windows compatible! Being more simplistic it needs to be treated with respect. File names need to be simple. I suggest using Nix's recommended Free batch file manipulation software. Information can be found here:(cut and pasted link to your browser)
With this software you can reduce your photos to 1024x768 pixels (frame native size) and rename all the files sequentially with simply with a number in one go. All very simple. But if your computer challenged ask a friend to help you!
In all, a fantastic purchase. All I need now is some way to control my wife who constantly stands in front of the frame looking at the photos! Maybe that's a good thing!
A major apparent advantage of this frame was its capability to accept USB and SD input. My entire photo album to date will fit on an 8GB SD card - so I thought I'd add the old archive as well as my new "photologs". Imagine my disappointment when, with about 3.5GB of photos on an SD card in the slot, the frame took nearly two minutes to show the first picture (of its choosing and not the first one in the first folder) and then another nearly two minutes to display a picture of my choosing!
There followed a long and friendly email exchange with one of Nix's technical advisors, accompanied by a significant amount of diagnostic work on my part - and growing understanding on theirs - before we finally reached the conclusion that the frame's chip design is optimised to display UNEDITED pictures on an SD card straight from a camera. Change them in any way - including reducing the size to fit the frame's 1024x768 spec and it suffers from thrombosis. It would appear that it has to examine every non-standard picture before committing itself to showing any - and that takes an inordinate amount of time. By the look of the blogs, this problem is not confined to the NIX frame - other manufacturers have the same problem and some won't even display edited pictures at all.
Response time is much better from the internal 1GB of memory - it boots to display the first picture in about ten seconds and the same to display a picture of your choosing. Both sources of memory work perfectly smoothly once the fist chosen picture has been displayed - it's getting to that point which is the problem.
So, I am confined to placing presentations which require a quick response on the resident memory and accompanying files on expended memory with a warning to go and make a cup of tea while the frame is booting up.
I couldn't have hoped for a more friendly and helpful company - or indeed a smarter looking product - but the technology is decidedly crude at this point.
Additional comment 9 mths later: I'd like to point out that this review relates to the predecessor of the frame to which it is now attached. Mine has only 1 GB of internal flash memory - which is a whole lot less flexible than 4 GB. It also has a prop stand which attaches and removes using bolts rather than hinged as this one looks to be. This would be a great benefit to me as I often take the frame off the wall and prop it on the desk while I load up files!
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