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  • posted bydangerous666 on 09/03/2011

    - Stylish and good looking; - Plenty of features; - Average LCD display quality; - Good build quality; - Reads almost everything without complaining; - Reads .srt subs; - Has sound! - Has alarm; - Has poweron and shutdown timers; - Poor packing; - Not that user-friendly; - It's tricky to get it -... Read more

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  • posted byAlexo0704 on 01/17/2011

    When i buy it, the price for this frame are 2x the price here in DX, now the price is a bit high. The quality are very high, after more than one year the frame still goes on, only the power adapter blow out. But i buyed a 2A adapter and all work ok! It play mp3 very well, the movie goes ok but be... Read more

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  • posted byriuska on 07/07/2010

    Nice looking, blue LEDs. Plays Divx movies with subtitles (scandinavian characters doesnt work). It has played pictures 4 months continously at my company. Nice picture transition effects. Easy to use. Cheap way to advertise companys products. Quite short power cable. No European power-adapter is... Read more

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  • posted byPitocolus on 06/28/2010

    It is a beautiful frame, finishing well done, you can see photos and even videos with audio and subtitles! It has a very good quality for viewing photos, excellent viewing. It came with Pixel-Dead in the middle of the screen, urgh. -I bought a present for my wife, came two months after the date I... Read more

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  • posted bymuringa182 on 04/18/2010

    This is one of the first photo frames at DX, and it is a good deal for its price, but it is not that good... The resolution is odd, pictures look small at the 7" panel... It has lots of functions... looks beautiful with the lights... There are many... First, it is a lot difficult to make it work,... Read more

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    posted byMaiawh on 04/08/2010

    Price is cheap if compared with others models. It is nice and has a good image qualilty. No dead pixel. Came with manual. No dead leds. Only English and Chinese language. Only English manual. - Although it's discrete, the screen is big enough to see the pictures. Of course I would like a bigger a... Read more

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  • posted bycarrabou on 04/02/2010

    Very cheap And beatiful. The only thing worthwhile is the design. poor image, low light and it came with a dead pixel. The only advantage, the remote control. [ESP] Lo unico que vale la pena el diseño, la imagen pobre la luz escasa y me ha venido con un pixel fundido. La unica ventaja el mando is... Read more

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  • posted byErickR on 02/08/2010

    Price is cheap if compared with others models. It is nice and has a good image qualilty. I didn't receive the manual, 2 of 4 corner blue led is not work. You need a memory card. The red light in the AC power is not necessary. I tried to use the timer option, and every time that it turnig on, it I... Read more

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  • posted byDXkarmik on 10/28/2009

    Muy buen marco de fotos, reproduce musica, imagenes, videos, imagenes con video. tiene alarma y un calendario muy wapo. Tiene unas luces azules que se pueden desactivar el mio tenia fallos para reproducir xvid y dvix. NINGUNA CONTRA MASS 500 jopeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Yo me imaginava que iba a ser DX... Read more

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  • posted byashppa on 07/10/2009

    it provides the same experience as a traditional photo album. it is an Eye-catching, it is casual way to show pictures to visitors. support additional multimedia content, including clips and audio. can display the pictures directly from a camera's memory card or the USB disc on key. Built-in come... Read more

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