Digital Photo Frames are the latest way to show off your digital photos. They allow you to showcase your best digital photos around your home on an LCD display screen that looks exactly like a traditional frame, but one which can be updated with new high quality digital images whenever you feel like it.
Whether you are looking for the cheapest digital photo frames or the best digital photo frames Review Centre has dozens of digital photo frame reviews which can help guide you to exactly what you want. Below we pick six of the best recommended digital photo frame products, as recommended by owner reviewers.
The good news is that as digital photo frames are increasing in popularity they are also falling in price, with prices now as low as £10 in the UK for some items. There is a wide variety of digital photo frames to choose from including state-of-the-art Wi Fi frames, but that's where Review Centre comes in to help you make the right choice!
Most digital photo frames display JPEG pictures and can display your pictures statically or as a slideshow, at adjustable time intervals and send photos to your PC or printer. But not all frames offer the same features and quality so it's best to do some research first. Before browsing our reviews and price comparison guides, and finding out more about the most recommended products, read on for a few pointers to help you pick out the right digital photo frame for you.
Appearance - Consider the looks of your digital photo frame. There is a choice of natural woods, leather, metals, and plastics. Some products offer different interchangeable frames to go around the screen.
Size - Popular digital photo frames range from about 7 to 10 inches but smaller and bigger frames are available.
Power - Do you want a mains or battery operated model? Mains systems mean you may have wires dangling down. Is the battery rechargeable? Is the battery built in?
Screen Quality - What screen resolution is it? It's worth checking screen quality in person, or if not make sure it's recommended for its quality by owners. Read our consumer reviews for expert advice.
Features - Check the display features. Is there a multi display or side show? Will it deal with cropped or differently formatted photos? Can you send your pictures to a printer? Will it play video or stream info from the web? What else can it do? Advanced models will have Wi Fi and USB Bluetooth
Traditional photo albums and photo frames are as out of date as your Granddad's patterned cardigan. Digital photo frames are the latest must have digital camera accessory. Since everyone else has gone mad for digital photo frames you might as well join in the stampede too. Here's five of our reviewers favourite digital photo frames that are sure to look fantastic on your mantel piece!
The DMF82XKU is a digital photo frame highly recommended by Review Centre members as a frame you'll want to have on display just as much as your photos. The smooth, high-gloss finish will look great in any room, and connecting your frame to your home network is easy. With Wi-Fi access at the touch of a button, updating pictures is now a hassle free process. Sharing your photos with far away friends and family is made possible with FrameChannel.
ViewSonic's fanciful 8" DPG807BK SwifTouch digital photo frame features out of sight control buttons that light up when touched and let you effortlessly pick photos, slideshow, movies or music. Review Centre members all agreed that the 800x600 high resolution display shows off your photos in gorgeous colour and stunning detail.
512MB of internal memory offers generous photo, video and music storage. The clock, alarm and calendar make this a superb living room, bedroom, office or den accessory that can keep you on schedule.
Review Centre members were very impressed with Kodak's EasyShare M820 quick touch border with back lighting. The only one of its kind touch border keeps fingerprints off of your viewing screen so your images remain striking. The touch panel features yellow lights that light up to tell you precisely where to touch.
Our members also liked the way you can listen to your much-loved MP3s making use of the built-in speakers. The M820 allows you to store up to 300 pictures straight onto its 128MB internal memory, and offers two additional SD card slots to use and view even more extra pictures.
With built in wi-fi, the Kodak EasyShare W1020 10-Inch Wireless Digital Frame makes it easy to share and receive photos wirelessly from friends and family. You can even personalize your frame with RSS feeds. Our members particularly like the way the W1020 features interchangeable faceplates and includes fun features like the ability to play MP3s and create on-frame multimedia shows modes.
The Sony DPFE72NB has a 128MB internal memory which can store up to 250 of your favourite images, and a range of display settings, so you can match the show to suit your mood.
Our members were impressed with the built in automatic orientation sensor. Whether your pictures are portrait or landscape, you'll always see them the right way up! Review Centre members particularly liked the Sony DPFE72NB's stylish design and alternative borders which provided the perfect backdrop for their photos.
The NIX X10A is the world's first digital photo frame with a motion detection sensor, which can save you energy by powering the frame on and off when it senses you're nearby, without you having to touch a button!
Our members liked the generous 10 inch screen that presented their photos in random order and also gave them the preference to put on display up to four photos at once in split screen mode. Our members all agreed the hi-resolution screen provided a sumptuous large image for their photos, making the most of those large mega-pixel images.