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Pandigital PanImage PI1003DW 10.1-Inch Digital Picture Frame (Black)

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  • 10.1 inch black digital photo frame with 15:9 aspect ratio
  • 800x480 resolution
  • 5 in 1 card reader supports SD/MS/MS-Pro/MMC/xD
  • Stores up to 2500 jpeg images on 256 MB internal memory
  • USB connection
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Product Description

Product Description

The Panimage PI1003DW 10.1' Digital Photo Frame is plug and play for fast, easy transfer and display of your digital photos. No software is needed, just use a USB cable (not included) to connect the frame to your pc and start dropping and dragging directly to the frame's internal memory. Alternatively, you can transfer photos and video from your memory card or digital camera. Store up to 2500 compressed images on the 256MB of internal memory. The built in 5 in 1 card reader recognizes xD/MMC/SD/MSPro/MS formats. To begin a slideshow, simply insert your memory card, and enjoy. The viewing aspect ratio is a generous 15:9, and the stunning 800x480 resolution LCD panel within a black wooden frame blends with any decor. Additional features include interchangeable charcoal gray and white paper mats, a clock and calendar, slide show function, image rotate, and programmable on/off.

From the Manufacturer

The Panimage PI1003DW is an impressive member of the Pandigital family of digital picture frames. This 10.1-inch LCD screen with 800 x 480 resolution and 250:1 contrast ratio gives excellent clarity and definition to your favorite photos. The 15:9 widescreen viewing aspect ratio provides an attractive presentation for all your images. Up to 1,250 images can be stored on 256 MB of internal memory. A black wood frame blends with any décor and interchangeable charcoal gray and 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.

Your happiest moments displayed on a vibrant 10.1-inch full color LCD screen

Your happiest moments displayed on a vibrant 10.1-inch full color LCD screen
The tabletop easel allows for easy placement on mantel or bedside table, bookshelf or desk

The tabletop easel allows for easy placement on mantel or bedside table, bookshelf or desk

The perfect companion to 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 personal features like rotate and resize, backwards and forwards controls, brightness and color adjustments, 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.

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 Panimage PI1003DW is as easy as inserting your memory card; transition effects between images add to the entertainment. Additional playback modes include shuffle and thumbnail for easy previewing and the built-in card reader accepts SD, xD, MS, MS Pro, MMC and USB flash drives.

A little known feature is the built-in calendar and clock. If space on your bedside table is tight, there’s no reason to not have a digital picture frame, just mount it on the wall using the built-in wall mount tabs. It’s as easy to hang as a picture. 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

Accepts many media formats with no pc or software required
The Panimage PI1003DW can receive and display images straight from your USB flash drive or memory card via the 5 in 1 card reader, 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 Panimage PI1003DW effortlessly moving images out of your camera and into your life
  • 10.1-inch Digital Photo Frame in black wood
  • 15:9 aspect ratio
  • 800 x 480 resolution
  • Stores up to 1,250 images on 256 MB of internal memory
  • Interchangeable white and gray mats
  • Built in 5 in 1 card reader
  • USB 2.0 port
  • JPEG digital video
  • Brightness and color controls
  • Remote control

What’s in the Box:

  • Panimage PI1003DW digital photo frame in black wood
  • White and charcoal gray mats
  • AC adapter
  • Remote control
  • Owners manual
  • Quick start guide

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 2.8 x 14 inches ; 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B002IT3242
  • Item model number: PI1003DW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

252 of 254 people found the following review helpful By A~ on November 28, 2009
Got this as a Christmas present for my mom. Loaded some test pictures on there just to ensure picture quality was good and that it worked reasonably well. Have read some reviews (while researching DPFs) that some DPFs are not worth buying. Issues with picture quality and ease of use.

There are two ways you can put pictures on this frame. There is a memory card slot in the back and you can also connect this unit to your computer with the supplied USB cable.

I had no problem connecting and uploading 20 mb of pictures. Display quality is excellent. It does auto crop pictures so that they don't looked stretched or distorted.

I read another review about how to adjust picture sizes so that this unit does not have to auto crop.

Although I haven't used the ap to auto crop yet, basically you have to download Microsoft Photo Story from microsoft to do so. I'm sure there are other apps, free or otherwise that do so.

Very happy with this unit. Now wife wants one. I would say, anything less that 10 inches is a waste of money. I do not see how a 7 inch frame would provide a nice veiwable screen.

You can change how frequently the images change, whether or not it crops them. Lots of features. The only con I have is its a little hard to use menu. Read the manual...

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146 of 155 people found the following review helpful By LeeLeeRT on January 10, 2010
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I got this photo frame for my father for Christmas and filled it with some pictures before I wrapped it. My parents divorced when I was 7, and somehow my father didn't seem to receive any of the pictures of my me and my twin sister after my folks had split. When I graduated college my mother made me a scrapbook and my father, looking through it, mentioned that he didn't have any of these pictures and "that's where they all went". So I took my Canon scanner and took some pages out of my scrapbook, and scanned some of the photos to put in this frame, which gave me a pretty good indication of how this product works.


It's a nice looking frame. It can hang on the wall, which is a must for my dad and stepmom, who have a two year-old at home. It also has a plastic fold-out leg to sit on a table. The leg actually comes out and extends, which was not glaringly obvious at first. I only figured it out after the frame slid over several times.

The picture quality is good. The pixels present on the frame are very minimal, and not present at all when viewing the frame from several feet away.

It comes with a remote which is pretty handy if you've ever seen anyone trying to change things by pressing all over the frame.

It is versatile as far as input goes: You can put pictures on the frame with a USB cord to the internal memory, or use an array of memory cards, or even a memory stick (although I'm not sure that you would want to).

Features: You can change the duration of the slides, the effects from one picture to another (fade, roll, etc), the randomness of the photos, etc. You can edit the photos so that they appear a certain way in the frame only, although this only works for photos saved to the hard drive.
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101 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 26, 2009
I received the 10" Pandigital Picture Frame for Christmas. It works okay, but its memory is bad. I was only able to load 45MB onto the 512MB internal memory. Anything after that, it says there is no space on the device even though it says there is 430MB of free space. I would not buy this brand myself and if I was to buy a digital picture screen I probably would go for the HP DreamScreen though it costs quite a bit more. Once I had my pictures installed though it seems to work okay though I will probably buy a SD card and use that instead of its internal memory.
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Joe Darooky on November 8, 2011
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I've had problems with my picture frame for quite a while. It would routinely shut off or lock up for no reason. Last week, the screen went out. Since its covered under warranty, I sent an email to Pandigital. After several days, they replied that I had to call their customer service number. I tried for several days to get through but only got the "please hold until a customer service agent is available". I hung up after 10 minutes over the course of 3 days of trying. Today, I tried again and just turned on the speaker phone. Fifteen minutes passed before they picked up.

The customer service person said I needed to take the power cord to a local electronics dealer and ask them to test it. What? Are they serious? They want me to take my defective product to a company from which I didnt buy it and ask them to diagnose the issue? That is crazy. I'm not driving into town to find some half-wit high school drop out to tell me that he doesn't know how to test a power cord. I cant believe they want me to fiddle around with finding a technician to diagnose a problem with their faulty product. When I explained that this was kind of absurd, she just kept saying the same thing over and over again.

Do some research on "Pandigital Problems" on Google and you will quickly see what a lousy company this is. Buyer beware... these guys are the worst. Their warranty is useless. They know that most customers will not or can not find a person to diagnose an issue with a digital picture frame and so they get by with selling garbage products that they wont support.

Update: January 16, 2012
After much hassle, I finally got an RMA from Pandigital. I sent my picture frame to them 6 weeks ago.
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