A great digital frame should be able to do more than just one thing: display photos. It should have Wi-Fi, a rechargeable battery, have a hi-res screen and wireless connectivity to your personal computer. Some will even play music or display your mail on their screens. There is a plethora of digital photo frames in online stores and it can be hard to choose the right one for your home. Small or large (up to 20-22 inches), offering a high or low resolution, with or without GPX, we’re here to tell you which 2013-2014 digital photo frames are worth buying. Here are some of the most well rated and best digital photo frames on the market.
Right now, this is the best digital photo frame. It offers 1GB of internal memory, it’s easy to use, it has a remote, a widescreen, and motion sensors that turn it on and off. The only bad thing about it, is that it does not have a rechargeable battery, but so few digital photo frames have this feature. The NIX Hu-Motion Frame is our top choice, as it has all the essentials you need from a digital frame.
The cool feature that put the Transcend PF830 on our number two position is the fact that it plays videos and background music for you slideshow. Unfortunately this digital photo frame, like the NIX one, does not a rechargeable battery. It also doesn’t have a motion sensor to help you save energy. Aside from the color black, it’s also available in white.
This Sony digital photo frame has a remote control capability, but only 80MB of internal memory. The not-so-nice thing about this digital frame is that it’s not cordless, it is only outlet powered, so it needs to be connected to an outlet at all times. It’s a basic digital photo frame that delivers what it promises.
We absolutely love the 10 inch display of this PanImage digital photo frame. Unfortunately it has no audio and video capabilities, but that could be alright if all you want is a digital frame. It’s easy to use and has a very lovely design. It can store up to 2500 jpeg images on its 256 MB of internal memory. Use its USB connection to tie it up to your laptop or PC.
The great thing about this COBY frame is its sleek and modern look. It also has excellent video and audio capabilities. Unfortunately, it has no internal memory you can use and it only charges through an AC adapter. It has a calendar and alarm clock with an alarm times. It features CF, MS, xD, SD and MMC card slots and also has a full-size USB port to use with flash memory drives. Read the online manual if you want to learn more about COBY’s product.
Great digital photo frames are made by: Motorola, Viewsonic, Aluratek, Polaroid, Sungale, Samsung, Pandigital, Philips, Sony, Kodak, Nextar, Omnitech, GiiNii, Sylvania, Insignia and HP.
There are even LCD digital photo frames so tiny that you put it on your keychain. Choose the best one for you, just scour the web for the ones you love. For more digital photo frame reviews, we recommend CNet. Get great digital photo frame deals and even cheap digital frames at Walmart, Target, Costco and Amazon.
Other great digital photo frames include the 7’’ Sony DPF-D70, the 8’’ NIX X08D, the 7’’ Sylvania SDPF785 and the 7’’ Kodak Pulse W730. What is your favorite digital photo frame? Where did you buy it from?