From the moment you pull the frame out of the box, you’ll notice that it has substance. It’s not flimsy or lightweight, ensuring that it stays where you put it. Features like the magnetic interchangeable bezels allow you to customize it somewhat to suit your decor. Somewhat meaning glossy black or glossy white.
The front of the frame incorporates touch sensitive controls for stopping and advancing the current slideshow. They are lit by a soft blue background glow that turns off during periods of inactivity.
A motion sensor mounted in the bottom right corner of the frame triggers the wake up call when the frame is in sleep mode; a green feature of this frame, besides the obvious lack of photo paper and poisonous inks.
Further adding to the customization is the ability for the frame to be presented horizontally or vertically simply by rotating the position of the included stand. If standing is not your thing, you can also wall mount it using brackets built right into the unit. The orientation of these brackets allow you to hang the frame horizontally or vertically so there is no loss in your mounting options either way.
On the right hand side of the back of the frame is where you find the memory card slot that supports SD, MMC and even Memory Stick. Below that is the USB port which offers a way to supersize the rather tiny 1GB of onboard memory.
The included remote control is small and compact. So small in fact that it might go missing and possibliy disappear in a couch somewhere. Since the remote control is important for accessing the settings of the frame, it would have been nice to have seen some sort of docking system for the remote to simply slip into the frame. Without the remote, you can’t access the menus in the frame.
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