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Coby DP700BLK 7-Inch Digital Picture Frame -Black
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- 7 inch widescreen TFT LCD (16:9 aspect ratio)
- Wall-mountable black, contemporary-style frame with detachable stand
- Displays JPEG and BMP photo files
- Calendar and clock
- SD, MMC, and MS card slots plus full-size USB port for use with flash memory drives
- 7" Tft LCD Display
- Displays Jpeg Photo Files
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Colby's 700BLK 7 In. Widescreen Digital Photo Frame displays your photos is style. A sleek contemporary frame in black sets off a vibrant, widescreen 7-inch LCD screen. The frame features a built-in USB port and SD/MS card slots to allow for quick and easy viewing. Calendar and clock functions are also included.
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I'm not being a pixel snob, either; the blockiness is immediately apparent at a distance of about 3 feet or less. Maybe my expectations were unrealistic for digital photo frames, but I thought I was buying something that would be just like a regular picture frame that magically changed the picture at set intervals. As it is, I think my mom would prefer a traditional frame with just one real photo in it to this little toy.
My main gripe is obviously the resolution, but this thing fails on almost every other front as well. The buttons are comically unresponsive and un-intuitively laid out; the menu is slow; and the supposed auto-rotate feature does nothing. This thing doesn't even remember when you manually rotate a photo to display it that way again the next time it comes up.
Bottom line, don't buy this product. I guess I'll look for a more expensive one that has a higher resolution, or else just abandon the idea of a digital frame altogether.
The frame, however, has two drawbacks. First, the controls in the frame make difficult to navigate the menus. Second, and most important, the frame has a very basic slideshow functionality that does not allow to play on random mode; thereby, the slideshow just sequentially displays the pictures in the media, which can be quite annoying if you have lots of pictures.
I wouldn't get one, if I were you.
I did a little more playing and found out that it displays pics in the order you placed them onto the memory card. (I used windows "drag and drop".) If you keep track of what order you moved them in, you can tell which was the offending pic (the one that wouldn't display) and remove it. Then start again. Kind of a pain, but at least it's useable. I'm guessing that about 10% of my pics from various cameras had the issue. Before I figured it out, that means if I put 100 pics on it, it would (on average) display 10 before doing a reset and starting over. (The symptom of a reset is a blue screen with "Loading..." in the upper right corner. When it is cycling around normally it doesn't do that except on initial power up.) That was obviously unacceptable, but now that I know which is the offending pic, I can get the thing to display 90 of them, admittedly after some effort. Seems like it might be certain (newer?) cameras that cause the problem. Or do some pic sharing apps (like picasa) "copyright" the photos? I can't tell.
SO, for the frame, if you consider the price and compare it to whats on the market today, it's great deal. You can find cheaper frames, but I've tried a few and they are completely pixelated and lower resolution than stated. I purchased this frame for less than $30 and it's equivalent to ones I've bought for $80. Small profile, nice gloss finish, great looking pictures, versatile media options, and easy to navigate. I'm not going over specs because you can get them above and also if you are looking for something HD, cutting edge, wifi, you wouldn't be looking at this price point.
I've had a couple of this same model in my kids room for about a year now with occasional abuse, constant power and frequent data changes and they are still going strong. Great frame for the price point.