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PanDigital PAN7000DW 7-Inch Digital Picture Frame - Black

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  • 7.0" viewable LCD display - holds up to 6400 images, 4:3 Aspect Ratio
  • Stylish flat black frame to fit any decor
  • 5 in 1 Card Reader - SD/MS/MS-PRO/MMC/XD, 2 Paper Mats - White / Charcoal
  • Alarm, Clock, Calendar and Programmable ON/Off timer, Audio, Video, Bluetooth, Wireless
  • 1GB Internal Memory
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 4 x 12 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001T9N9JU
  • Item model number: PAN7000DW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (230 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 2, 2009

Product Description

Product Description

The world's first 7" frame displays in 4:3 aspect ratio for no stretching, cropping or distortion. Digital screen displays up to 6400 images on 1GB of internal memory. Transfer images, audio and video from a memory card via 5-in-1 card reader or from PC with a USB cable (Not included). Customize the look of your frame with the interchangeable white and charcoal mats. WiFi/Bluetooth compatible.

From the Manufacturer

USBThe Pandigital PAN7000DW is an impressive member of the Pandigital family of digital picture frames.The 7-inch LCD screen with stunning 800 x 600 resolution gives excellent clarity and definition to your favorite photos, while the 4:3 viewing aspect ensures that your images will not be distorted from their original aspect ratio. Up to 6400 compressed images can be stored on 1 GB of internal memory. The black wood frame blends with any décor and your choice of charcoal gray or white mats add a professional finished presentation. Founded in 1998, Pandigital recognized the need to bridge new and traditional technologies like a digital camera and an elegant picture frame. Photography captures the special moments in our lives, moments that cannot be properly displayed or appreciated on the back of a digital camera. Pandigital has shipped more that 4 million digital picture frames and is one of the top 50 fastest growing companies in the US. In 2008, they were the #1 supplier of digital photo frames in North America. Their digital picture frames are of substantial quality, elegant and intuitive designs, they are versatile and affordable. They have helped millions of people move images out of their camera and back into their lives.

A brilliant presentation of your happiest moments
The tabletop easel allows for easy placement on mantel or bedside stand, bookshelf or desk
The perfect companion for your digital camera
We capture our most precious, and our most common, moments because they are not to be forgotten or taken for granted. The moment when we take a picture we are making a decision to be conscious, to be in the moment and to be grateful for it. But a photo in a camera or on a flash card is only an unfulfilled intention. Let your images free. Give them the power they deserve in your life to make you smile, to remember, or to pause for a moment and consider the past. Take advantage of customizable features like rotate and resize, programmable on and off, and your presentation will be seamless

The gift of a digital photo frame to a friend or loved one is every bit as meaningful as the gift of one to yourself. Who doesn't need a pick-me-up right about now? It is said that the gift of experience is so much more meaningful than a mere material object. If that is the case, then the gift of re-experiencing those special moments must be priceless. The PAN7000DW includes 4 free digital greeting cards, which you can personalize with any message to your lucky giftee. The message will be displayed when the frame is turned on. Imagine the happy surprise of your recipient.

Share yourself with a slideshow
Framed pictures are such great conversation starters, and we get to know each other a little better when we share ourselves by displaying photos of friends, family, and favorite occasions. How much better we get to know each other through the use of slide shows, which allow us to showcase many special moments. We have seen our photo frames set in slide show mode at parties, family reunions, and gatherings to help establish a theme, at wedding anniversaries and bridal showers to highlight special moments in a couple's past. A slideshow on this Pandigital frame is as easy as inserting your memory card. You can also add digital music, voices, or sound, to be played via the built-in speakers or audio out port. Transition effects between images can add to the entertainment. The built-in card reader accepts SD, xD, MS, MSPro, MMC, MicroSD (MicroSD to SD adaptor not included) and USB flash drives.

A little known feature is the built-in calendar and alarm clock. If space on your bedside table is tight, there's no reason to not have a digital picture frame, just consolidate. The panel can be turned off at night so that the light won't interfere with your sleep and a handy remote allows you to control major functions without crossing the room.

Accepts many media formats with no pc or software required
The Pandigital PAN7000DW can play digital audio and video, as well as images, straight from your memory card via the 5 in 1 card reader.JPEG, AVI and MP3 files are all accepted, no PC is needed. Alternatively, if you have files on your computer or camera, you can transfer them to the frame with a USB cable (Not included). Don't forget the images on your cell phone, those can be transferred too. Drop and drag technology makes selecting images from your computer and transferring them to the frame's internal memory fast and easy, with no software needed. The PAN7000DW is Wi/Fi Bluetooth compatible when paired with the PANWF01 WiFi dongle and will allow wireless transfer with other Bluetooth devices.

The Pandigital PAN7000DW effortlessly moving images out of your camera and into your life
  • 7-inch Digital Photo Frame in black domed wood
  • 4:3 aspect ratio
  • 800 x 600 resolution
  • Stores up to 6400 images on 1 GB of internal memory
  • Interchangeable white and gray mats
  • Built in 5 in 1 card reader
  • USB 2.0 port and Mini USB port
  • JPEG, AVI and MP3 digital video and audio
  • WiFi/Bluetooth compatible (with PANWF01 WiFi dongle)
  • Brightness control dial
  • This comes with one speaker

What's in the Box:

  • Panimage PAN7000DW digital photo frame in domed black wood
  • White and charcoal gray mats
  • AC adaptor
  • Remote control
  • Owners manual
  • Quick start guide

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The frame is easy to use, easy to set up and the picture quality is great.
The default time selection to show each photo (5 seconds) is probably too fast for what you prefer, one both units.
Esther Schindler
Looks great, but the buttons on the remote control and the unit itself work very poorly.
Andrew Zalan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

439 of 446 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Oey on November 8, 2009
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The Pandigital PAN7000DW 7" digital photo frame is the best digital photo frame I've found yet. I've purchased 4 other models in different sizes from Axion, Phillps, Smartparts, and Opteka. All of these others had various issues (16x9 when I wanted 4x3, didn't always start picture show automatically, buggy software).

The PAN7000DW is reasonably priced (about $65 from Amazon as of 11/9/2009) as compared to the Sony models which are all much more expensive.

The PAN7000DW display is excellent -- showing 800x600 pictures crisply and vividly. The software is very good with a reasonable user interface and useful options. I like displaying my photos using their original dimensions (the optimized view attempts to maximize the amount of display used but will chop off edges to accomplish this) - you can pick the view mode you want.

The frame accurately shows the EXIF photo date/time if you want to display it. It will also optionally show the current time. It has a nice calendar w/ picture view as well as the normal full frame photo view. And it seems to show ALL your photos eventually (I had a strange problem with an Opteka frame not showing all the photos, only a subset). The remote is small and is held on the back of the frame by a magnet. The remote works well (some remotes I've used have buttons that are hard to press or control). The menu structure (frame software) is logical and well arranged.

The clock functionality and auto turn on/off functionality is useful if you have power available to your frame at all times. However, I've hooked my frame up to a motion sensing power strip in my office and the time/date gets whacked when the sensor shuts off for the weekend (the time/date seem to survive for a few minutes or hours without power but not over a weekend).
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329 of 335 people found the following review helpful By R. Lin on November 25, 2009
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I bought the Pandigital PAN7000DW so that I could load it up with pictures and videos of my new son and send it to my grandmother. After a few hours dealing with it (I'm very experienced with computers and electronic gadgets), here's my take:

- I like the look of the frame (classic looking) and the screen is bright and crisp.
- I could not get any video files to work. The documentation says it plays motion jpeg AVIs, and I tried many conversion options on my Mac using MPEG Streamclip and could not get it to work.
- Navigating the menus is a pain using the built-in buttons, so at first glance you're glad they included a remote...except the remote only registers about every 3rd button click, so you're constantly over clicking.
- The UI is pretty slow and lags your button presses.

All that said, it'll do what I want it to do. I've loaded it with 223 pictures at 1280x720 resolution, and it only takes up 34MB of the 1GB internal memory.
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246 of 260 people found the following review helpful By Esther Schindler TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 30, 2009
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Right after I purchased a digital picture frame (about to become my Mom's 90th birthday present), the Pandigital PAN7000DW 7-Inch Digital Picture Frame (Black), I found an offer from Amazon Vine for a similar item, Smartparts SP72 7-Inch Digital Picture Wood Frame with Beige Matting (Espresso). Oh well -- it gave me the opportunity to compare-and-contrast the two frames (which are similarly priced). *I* didn't know which of these gizmos was best for the purpose, and I dare say you're just as unsure, so maybe my experience can help you.

The short summary: both these frames do what they claim to: They display your photos. But neither of them will give you a heartwarming feeling. The ideas are sound; the implementation kind of stinks. Perhaps more-expensive units have a better user interface, but these two frames are somewhat disappointing.

Let's start with the positives. The picture frames both have a 7" display, which is big enough for sitting on a desk or coffee table, and the displays are bright and clear. You do need a power cable, which might limit where you set up the frame; I can't see hanging them on a wall. The wood frame on the Smartparts is slightly nicer than the Pandigital, but both are reasonably attractive. The basic setup is extremely simple: stuff an SD memory card into the frame and turn it on.

A 2GB card holds 1000+ photos, depending on image resolution. That's a LOT of pictures, even when putting together a huge "this is your life" collection as we did for Mom.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Pownalite on November 29, 2009
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I bought this frame after reading tons of reviews. I bought it intending to give it as a gift to someone who has a digital camera but who is not a "computer" person and doesn't even own a computer! I figured this would be a great way for him to enjoy his photos without having to always make prints or have to buy a computer.

Purchasing through Amazon was wonderfully simple (THANK YOU!). Delivery was fast and the price was a real bargain at $65.00. I opened the box, plugged the frame into the wall outlet and began playing with the menus (I did not read the instructions). It took me awhile to remember the menu routes (had to write the progressions down), but finally figured it out well enough to delete the calendar and time...displaying just the images...and no cheesy slideshow transitions. The frame has a very high quality style and appearance, and in my opinion it looks classier when the slideshow transitions are kept plain and simple. I played around with this prior to presenting the gift so as to become familiar with it and see if I wanted to buy a couple more...including one for myself. I also needed to know the operation of the frame because I would probably become the "technical support" person if needed. It took awhile to get familiar with the menus.

The images look great, BUT you MUST look at them from straight on or else the photos look washed out if viewed from above and the side, or too dark if viewed from below. This really bothered me, but I guess there are simply limitations to these devices. I ended up doing a batch conversion (using irfanview) to darken the images so they looked better (darker) in the frame when viewed from slightly above. I went 0.80 gamma (vs 1.00) and it helped a lot.
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