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IPEVO CSFU-01IP Kaleido R7 Wireless Photo Frame

by Ipevo

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  • Sleek, modern, asymmetrical design; high resolution 7" TFT LCD screen with 16:9 aspect ratio.
  • Wireless image retrieval; stream images from a variety of sources using included EyeStage software.
  • Tilting screen for optimum viewing angle; screen twists for either landscape or portrait mode.
  • Built-in 512 MB memory capacity; can accept SD/SDHC, MMC, and MS memory cards.
  • USB port for flash drive upload; mini-USB port to connect to computer; remote control included.
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Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 9.5 x 4.5 inches ; 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001U363PM
  • Item model number: CSFU-01IP
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 26, 2009

Product Description

IPEVO Kaleido R7 is a 7” Wi-Fi enabled digital photo frame that supports online image channels, RSS feeds, and local image playing capabilities. The Kaleido R7's sharp display, which can rotate 90 degrees, shows full-screen images in landscape or portrait mode and automatically adjusts the image to match the screen orientation. With the included EyeStage™ software for your computer, you can automatically download images from the internet and stream them directly to your Kaleido R7. The built-in search functions allows you to select topics you want from massive online picture archives such as flickr and Picasa, Google images, facebook, making your Kaleido R7 truly a window to the world. And the Kaleido R7 streams RSS-content as well, so you can have instant access to news, blogs or any other web feed that uses RSS. There is an endless world of events and images out there and the Kaleido R7 can deliver them right to you.
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Customer Reviews

I set up a separate flickr set that the IPEVO would link to.
mel
I bought the IPEVO wireless photo frame because of it's ease of use and great picture quality and was not disappointed.
C. Oliver
At times the frame's automatic random playback freezes on a single picture until I hit the "play" button again.
Nathaniel Mishkin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Mario Mendez on March 23, 2009
I had seen a story on the Kaleido in January for CES 09 and I was struck by how elegant it looked. I purchased it and am giving my knee jerk review after having used it for less than a day. First the positive: It is a very handsome looking digital picture frame. The pictures appear bright and reorient themselves as needed if you pivot the picture frame. Pivoting the frame by the way, is pretty neat and gives the frame an overall different feel when you change its position. The installation of the eyestage and synchronization between my laptop and the Kaleido was also quick and hassle free.

Now for the down side, and what is really frustrating is that many of these things are rudimentary. First, there is no way to delete a picture directly off the Kaleido. You would actually have to remove the photos when it is synched with your computer if on the hard drive, or you would have to transfer your memory card to your computer if the photo is on your card. Second, it does not play MP3's, so you can forget about music accompanying your photo collages. Speaking of collages, this takes us to number 3 and personally the most unbelievable to me- There is no shuffle of photos. Let me repeat-NO SHUFFLE. That means your photos will always play in the order that they were taken since digital photos usually have an internal date stamp. The Kaleido knows the order of the photos you've taken, and will play them accordingly. Now this may initially seem like a minor quibble, but my son is 4 years older than my daughter, and I have taken hundreds of photos as any proud parent would. Without a shuffle this potentially means that I will not see a photo of my daughter for HOURS.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Woody on May 27, 2009
We replaced an early model Ceiva frame with the Ipevo, and couldn't be happier. The quality of the display is infinitely better, and the frame's styling is, in our opinon, the best in the business. We've loaded a Picasa album with hundreds of our favorite pictures, set the time per slide at 10 seconds, and have found ourselves watching, spellbound, as the photos wirelessly cycle through. Even though I'm not the brightest when it comes to technology, I found setup to be relatively easy, and had everything up and running within an hour. When I contacted Ipevo customer service by e-mail on a weekend to ask about a feature (transition effects) that didn't seem to be working, they responded within 20 minutes with assistance (Note: transition effects only work with Gallery...not Live). Although I was intially a bit hesitant to spend the money on this frame (I'm cheap as well as being technically challenged), I now consider it money very well spent.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Christopher J. Dean on September 23, 2009
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There is a sea of picture frames out there and this is one of the better ones...Not only does it look cool but it has very good resolution for its size. It wireless capability and remote were pluses for me that I really wanted. Did I mention it works great with Mac? Some frames don't. The only real issue I had was there doesn't seem to be a way to have multiple photo albums, they all appear in one big MyGallery. You also cannot have some on the internal and some on the external. Oh and with a firmware update (it is expandable) you can shuffle the photos. My other complaints are minor: No ethernet jack (cannot use wireless at work and it can be slooow), no direct connect option. Also the internal memory is only 512MB. C'mon guys 2GB is $10 these days! All in all I highly recommend this frame.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By mel on December 26, 2010
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Since my husband and I are expecting our first child, we bought 3 of these - one for ourselves, and one for each set of Grandparents so that they could always have current photos of us and our soon-to-be addition.

First thing that we noticed during setup to be very annoying with that it wasn't a touch screen, which, when you're adding in a complicated password to access wifi, can be very time consuming.

Next, You can't manage photos directly in the "EyeStage" software that it comes with - you can only add "channels" to this, which are pulled from other sources (RSS feeds, flickr, SD cards, etc).

We purchased this mainly because Consumer Reports gave this the highest score of all the current WIFI digital frames. It would be ideal for us if our parents could just have this sitting on their mantle, hooked up to their own wifi, and I could remotely add/remove pictures for them to enjoy. Well, that's where the real problems start. I set up a separate flickr set that the IPEVO would link to. All worked remarkably well at first... updating with new photos almost instantaneously. Then, as we were chatting, my computer went into standby mode as its programmed to do if left untouched for a period of time. Suddenly the IPEVO stopped streaming.

Here's what is absolutely essential to know: THIS DEVICE WILL NOT WIRELESSLY STREAM PHOTOS IF THE COMPUTER THAT IT IS LINKED TO IS NOT CURRENTLY ON AND ACTIVELY RUNNING THE EYESTAGE SOFTWARE. So that means if your computer hibernates, gets shut off, is running an update, etc, your pictures will NOT stream. For us, this made it a complete failure, as my parents are not tech savvy, and certainly do not have their computer running 100% of the time, let alone once per week. We're going to look at other models to see if we can get what we're looking for - maybe the Kodak Pulse, which looks promising.

So very bummed.
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