With everything we use on a daily basis going digital, it's only a matter of time until everything we own or use will have a mind of its own. For instance, today we are taking a look at a seven-inch digital picture frame sent to us by ThinkGeek. Letís find out if it should make your MUST BUY list this holiday season.
One of the things I personally like about digital picture frames is the ability to show several pictures without needing tons of real estate. I can tell you that I have a lot of pictures of my kids that I'd love to put on my desk, but space is at a premium.
So before we open up the frame and put it through its paces, let's look at the published features.
Displays digital pictures (JPEG or BMP) without a computer.
Supports Widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio or standard 4:3 aspect.
Simply insert a compatible memory card into the digital frame to show photos, play MP3 music or supported video files.
Display photos on a connected USB Thumbdrive or External USB Hard Drive (FAT32 Format Only. External hard drive must be powered separately).
Compatible memory cards include CompactFlash (CF), SecureDigital (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC) and Memory Stick.
Instantly plays MP3 music with the integrated speaker.
Instantly plays MPEG 1, 2 or 4 movie files with sound.
Supports up to 12 Mega Pixel image files.
Bright 7" TFT active matrix LCD screen.
Automatic slide show with multiple transition effects and display times.
Plays slide show with MP3 music in the background.
User-friendly on-screen display lets you access all controls easily.
Included IR remote controls all frame functions.
Powered by included AC Adapter 110-240V AC 50/60Hz.
OKay, we got those out of the way. Let's open the box and see what we got.
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