Advantages Great screen quality, Sleek design, Wide compatibility
Disadvantages Software is hard to use, No internal memory
I've owned this Logik L08DPF10 Digital Photo Frame for a few days now. In this review I will tell you what I think of it.If you don't know what a digital photo frame is it's basically a small LCD screen designed like a photo frame that plays your photos from SD cards or USB memory. It's a good way of showing off your photos if you don't like using up your ink to print them off.
In the box you'll find the frame, stand, mains adaptor and manual. The frame is relatively easy to set up, simply screw on the stand, plug in the mains adaptor, plug in your memory card/USB drive and turn it on. The photo frame automatically starts playing all the photos on your device in a slideshow.Setup Ease: 5/5
This frame is also designed very well. The actual frame is made from a shiny plastic similar to that of most LCD TVs. There is a small hole at the bottom in the centre, which I don't know what it is for. If anyone knows please let me know! On the rear there's several navigation buttons as well as a play/pause button, return button and on/off switch. On the side at the rear is the memory card port, USB Port and Power adaptor port. Overall I feel this frame is designed very well.Design: 5/5
The software inside the frame is what makes everything work and allows you to navigate around as well as play the pictures. The software takes a while to get used to. After the welcome screen either;
a) You will see the main menu where you can choose a source or change the settings of the frame.
b) The frame will automatically start a slideshow.
This depends on whether there is a USB stick/Memory Card is in the frame at the time of startup.
Overall Rating: 5/5
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