Coby DP-758 7-Inch Widescreen Digital Photo Frame
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- 7-inch widescreen TFT LCD color display
- Displays JPEG image files
- SD, MMC, and MS card slots
- Wall-mountable design
- Detachable stand
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|Item Dimensions||2.29 x 7.05 x 9.65 inches|
|Item Weight||2.38 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.95 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
- When in slideshow mode, you can't hit the pause button to ZOOM in.
- Very poorly designed stand that WILL collapse after a couple of weeks.
- Documentation is lacking (typical COBY style)
- No support for QuickTime video popular in some digital cameras
- Unit has a faint lingering glow on screen after power down which doesn't go away unless you unplug the unit.
Well, I take a breather, step back from the computer and reassess. Neither my mom nor myself do photography as a hobby. I have a nice 7MP camera whose setting is mostly on "General Use". I have NEVER used the Manual Focus feature. I consider the picure a success if I can either A)Print it out as a 3 1/2 x 4 to show to others or B) I can view it on my computer without squinting my eyes in an effort to figure out what I am looking at.
To make a long review endless: This frame is perfect. It supports most memory cards so you can load as many pictures as you would like. There are less than 8 buttons, all of which are clearly labelled, which makes my mom happy. She got it working in less than 5 minutes. The pictures looked just like they did on my computer monitor - my kids' cuteness projected well.:)
If you are a camera geek (a fond term, nothing mean intended here), you may want more than this frame can offer. But for those of us who are casual picture takers and simply want to pass on the memories, this item was just right.
It has higher resolution than most other frames (800x600).
It has higher brightness than most other frames (350 cd/m2).
It has higher contrast ratio than most other frames (500:1).
It uses LED backlight technology (the latest and best at this time)
It accepts SD, MMC, MS (including MS Duo), xD, CF cards & USB flash drives. (note that it does not have SDHC certification to accept the newest SDHC cards)
It has both a full size USB port for USB flash drives and a mini USB port to hook it up to your computer.
It has built in speakers, a headphone jack and volume control.
It plays MP3s & WMA audio files (I have not tested this yet).
It also plays AVI and MP4 video files of the type generated by video cameras (At this time, I have only tried one small camera-generated AVI file and it played it well w/sound)
It has a wireless remote control.
The DP887 has a 4:3 aspect ratio, which matches the vast majority of digital photos.
The one thing you need to know about this frame (and the rest of the Cobys) is that it doesn't have any internal memory. That may seem like a problem to you, but let me explain why it is not. It can play material directly from a memory card inserted into any of it's four different card slots or directly from an inserted USB flash drive. For example, 1 or 2 GB SD cards are cheap.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
bought this as a present so I don't know if it actually worked or not, but I never got a complaint from the recipient of the gift, so I guess it was good.Published 4 months ago by leno2002
This little player is awesome. Just pluck your card out of your camera and show your pics. Especially if you work where you can't have a camera out. It's awesomePublished 7 months ago by BLighthouseKpr
I really love the price and look of this frame. I was ,looking for a frame that could do it all SD cards USB and micro. Read morePublished 10 months ago by k2le2
it seemed too good to be true .. it worked but SD card didnt work and no instructions and no remote control . the screen was really good USB too. Read morePublished 12 months ago by elia
The frame is nice but the center looks rather cheap and plastic like. It is also rather difficult to add images. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Taryn Sinclaire
Mine came with exploded battery. Clock works fine. Wouldn't read SD cards at all. If I'd have saved box I would have returned. Picture quality no where near expected! Read morePublished 15 months ago by J. Mauney