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Pandigital 7-Inch Digital Photo Frame with 2 Interchangeable Frames

3.6 out of 5 stars 86 customer reviews
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  • Store up to 100 images in the 64MB of internal memory
  • 7-in-1 built-in card reader for complete memory card compatibility, including XD
  • Transfer photos directly into the frames internal memory from digital camera, memory card, or PC
  • Remote control offers one-button slideshow with music, zoom, rotate, brightness, and volume control
  • Also plays movies (MPEG4, AVI) and MP3 files
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Manufacturer Description The Pandigital photo frame is one of the first digital photo frames based on Personal Media Player chipset, and not a DVD chipset which is designed for portable DVD players. This translates into faster loading of images, ability to playback music during slideshow, faster copying to internal memory, and a menu interface that is easy to use.
Pandigital frame side view
Full memory card and USB compatibility make it simple to display pictures
Pandigital frames function as a digital photo album, MP3 music player, and video player all in one, and offer an industry first 64MB of internal memory which allows storage of 50 - 100 images.

With Pandigital photo frames, customers can download photos directly into the frames' internal memory from their digital devices the way that is most convenient for them. Pandigital photo frames include a 6-in-1 media reader (SD, XD, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, CF, MMC) so customers can insert flash media into the frame, quickly and easily copy photos, video and music and then return the card to the electronic device. In addition, customers can download photos onto the frames by directly connecting via mini USB to a digital camera or by standard USB to a computer.

Pandigital offers accessible menu buttons and memory card slots for every memory card, and the eye-catching frames elegantly showcase photos in high resolutions on Active Matrix TFT displays, giving the photos a bright and clear appearance in both dedicated and slideshow modes. A stylish addition to any home or office, Pandigital photo frames boast an upscale design that conveys the highest quality. All of the new digital photo frame products from Pandigital come with two interchangeable frames -- wood and acrylic -- to fit into a range of traditional and contemporary decors alike.

Pandigital photo frames deliver enhanced multimedia and networking capabilities. They can play back MPEG 1, MPEG 4, and AVI video, while MP3 audio files can be stored on the on-board memory and then enjoyed via the built-in speakers.

An easy-to-use menu system gives full control of the slide show and player functions. The unit also supports MPEG4 movie formats for playback of digital-camera movies or movies created on the PC. USB connectivity through two USB ports makes it easy to transfer files to and from a PC.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000FNPW96
  • Item model number: DPF70-1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 2, 2004

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

This is the first digital frame I bought. I know the resolution won't be anywhere close to a computer LCD monitor, but I was still very disappointed when I turned on the frame. The LCD screen is strangely long and narrow (resolution 1440x234), so a normal photo only occupies a small part of the screen, making this product effectively a 4" frame with a lot of black space on both sides. The resolution of the photos is very bad, and photos look a little distorted as well.

Pros:

1) Plug and Play, easy to set up.

2) Exchangeable frames included.

Cons:

1) Very poor resolution.

2) Strange LCD shape. Advertised as a 7", but effectively a 4-5" frame with a lot of unused LCD pixels.

I returned this product and bought a Westinghouse DPF0561 5.6" Frame instead. I like the Westinghouse a lot more. It is even easier to set up, photos look good and actually larger than on the Pandigital 7" frame, and viewing angle is great.
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Having recently built a digital picture frame from scratch, I was excited when someone gave us this frame for xmas, to see what a commercial frame would be like. After using it for a few weeks, I have to say that if it wasn't a present I would return it and get one that was built by people who had some sense of innovation.

The Good:

* Screen is bright, images look great

* Resolution is only 640x480 but it will play images up to 10 megapixel and they look pretty good to me. Doesn't seem like you need much higher resolution than that on such a small screen.

* Computer connection worked great - I plugged it into my xp box, all drivers installed automatically without the need for a cd and then 4 new removable drives showed up. It would be nice if only the drives with a card in them showed up but this is a minor issue.

The bad:

My main complaint about this picture frame is that the people who made it obviously had no interest in making the sort of product that you enjoy using because it is clear that the inventor appreciated why such a product would be fun to have or what makes it an improvement over what was there before. If I bought this frame in 1999 or if it cost $50, I could have forgiven it for the poor design, but in 2007, for $180, it is completely unacceptable. We live in the future here people, get with the program!

I have not used other frames on the market, but given that you can buy an old tablet pc with a 12" screen on ebay for $70, strap it into a cheap frame and make your own, pc-based screen that works 100 times better than this frame, just by running a screen saver for under $150, I'd say this frame is not worth the money at all. This screen just doesn't deliver the goods for the price.
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We loaded up some photos and they looked blocky and bad. Immediately returned them. These were photos taken on a Digital Rebel and look great on the computer and in print.
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I bought this as a gift for my mother and it proved not only to be of fairly poor quality but also very frustrating to use. The issues are as follows:

- The screen is low resolution (480 x 234) and a wider aspect ratio than standard digital cameras. The frame crops pictures to fit, which means peoples heads are often cut off.

- The instructions are very poorly written.

- Copying files from a memory card to the internal memory is a very painful process in which the file must be selected using the remote control, then you must go through a long menu of items to get to 'copy file', after this an 'are you sure?' dialog comes up before the file is actually copied. One reviewer says there is a 'copy all' option while another reviewer says there is no such option. I was not able to find this option in the instructions or using the system. If the option exists it is obscure and not documented at least on the model we got.

- We tried to option of copying files to the internal memory from 2 different computers. On an Intel based Macintosh computer we never got it to appear at all. Using a Dell running Windows after a few tries and rebooting we could get it to appear as an external drive but were never able to successfully copy any files.

- The whole thing appears to be constructed of the very cheapest plastic available
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Just bought this photo frame over the weekend. I sat down and downloaded a bunch of photos off my computer onto this frame. It works great. I haven't tried the MP3 music part of it or hooking it up to the TV, but as a digital photo frame...it is worth the money. The cheapest price I have seen it was on sale at Kohls for $99.99 on Power Hour sale.
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My mother bought this item for herself and asked me to load pictures of the family on it for her. Transferring the photos from the card is simple enough - just plug it in, choose the card, press setup and then choose the copy option. Within that dialogue box, there is an option to copy all. The quality of the images, however, leaves much to be desired. The promo shot that is shown for this item is very misleading. The photos are grainy and dark, even at the highest brightness setting. I also could not get it to play videos at all. The frame just simply froze until I turned it off and back on again. Lastly, it seemed that photos kept "disappearing" after being loaded onto the frame. After two days of carefully selecting photos from my computer and transferring them to the frame, there were only a couple of dozen on the internal memory the next time I turned it on.

I haven't used any other digital frames because I've always thought they were a ridiculous waste of money, so I have nothing to compare this frame against...but I have to say that I'm glad I didn't buy one! I'll be happy to stick with old fashioned picture frames or an album. Besides, if I really want to see a slideshow of high quality digital images, I'll just turn on my screensaver!
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