NIX 7 Inch Hu-Motion Digital Photo Frame - X07E. Motion Sensor for Auto On/Off & Hi Res 800 x 480 Screen
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- 800 x 480 pixels 7-inch widescreen digital photo frame (3 x Standard resolution)
- Motion Sensor turns frame ON/OFF automatically when it senses you nearby
- USB Flash Drive, SD Card & SDHC. PC Windows Compatible Only.
- Auto Rotate Motion Sensor that rotates your photos when you rotate the frame to portrait position
- Random Display, Split Screen Option, Mains AC Adapter included, Remote Control
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The X07E Hu-Motion is a simple Digital Photo Frame from NIX for those who want an easy to use frame that does not compromise on the integrity of a high quality, hi resolution WVGA LCD Screen with LED back lighting. Its highlight feature is a 'Hu-Motion' motion detection sensor. This means that the frame will automatically turn on and off when you enter or leave the room and resume playing your photos. Additional features include an auto rotate sensor that flips your photos 90 degrees when you physically rotate the frame. This optimizes the use of the screen for your portrait (vertical) photos. Ideal for showing off that holiday you just got back from! The sole purpose of this frame is to deliver absolute simplicity of use. From the Motion Sensor to the Plug and Play, this frame is ideal for people who just want a nice frame that works.
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I'm confused why the scaling isn't handled internally to avoid this issue, I'm guessing the processor is to inexpensive to do this properly and thus is why the device itself is so inexpensive.
If you want to dump a whole bunch of pictures saved from facebook onto this, then it will likely work great, but going direct from our phones and digital cameras was hit or miss due to the dpi restriction.
I've since bought a Philips frame which seems to handle the dpi of my photos just find and have decided to return this. Hopefully this helps others that are having the same issue and it should really be listed in the description somewhere.
A couple of things that cost it 1 star:
It's default settings have the motion sensor turned off. It took me a while to realize this. I was first concerned, thinking that it was broken, but after a few minutes of going through the settings, i found where you could turn in on and for what amount of time you wanted it to last for. It should be on already in my opinion, but it's easy enough to find in the settings.
the seconds thing is the default setting for "optimize" for showing photos. This setting will "optimize" the screen's area, but it stretches the pictures in order to fill the space on the screen. Again, it's easy enough to change it to "auto-fit" which shows the pictures with the proper ratios on all sides. I would just rather have the pictures automatically show normally, and have the negative space on the sides.
Again, fabulous product, just a couple preference things that keep it from being the top of the top in my book.
My only problems with the frame were that
1. on Random mode, I saw a few photos too often. Changed to sequential mode.
2. when deleting photos, using the remote or buttons on back, it's a little clunky. After the deletion, you are set back to the beginning of the list of photos rather than put back where you were in the list of photos.
3. When I initially inserted the SD card, the frame must have saved some number of those photos, because even after I deleted some of the unnecessary photos from the SD card, they would still show up in the frame's slideshow. I had to use the remote to get rid of them.
-It's a frame with a modest size; nothing huge but it's not small either.
-Setup is pretty easy. Stick in an SD card with photos on it and you'll pretty much have pictures displaying immediately.
-Some photos can display awkwardly, depending on how the photo is cropped. I think this frame does a one size fits all ratio for every photo. This can result in heads getting cut out and photos being off center. Not a huge issue, but worth noting.
-Options for transitions are limited, but that is to be expected at this price.
Overall, I recommend this frame. The pictures are bright and clear, which was my greatest concern with going cheap. I would have no problem considering this as a gift to give someone else in the future.