Digital Photo Frame By King Jim
The most recent digital photo frames have come a long way since they were first introduced in the market like 1 or 2 years ago, and it seems like there is a non-stop production of these kind of products which is good because it gives consumers more options to purchase a cool digi frame.
With that in mind it is time to present the 9th Digital Frame here at CG – in case you missed the previous 8 here they are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
This latest frame comes from Japan, it is called DP01-65-WH and was developed by King Jim. To create a difference from all the other digi frames, the company decided to add sound and therefore added speakers so mp3 files can be played easily, another interesting point is the readjustment of a photo’s size if it is bigger than 1,200 x 1,200 pixels, and last but not least, the other difference from main digital frames is that this one can be placed on the wall.
On the more normal specifications and features there is a big 6.5-inch LCD screen with two different resolution formats depending on the file format – 320 x 234 for MPEG1 (video) files, and the previously mentioned 1,200 x 1,200 for JPEG and BMP (image) photo files. In terms of memory, the frame itself has a built-in memory consisting of only 128MB, but the good part is that it is compatible with SD memory cards that can expand the storage capacity up to 2GB, and also works with USB flash drives. To control the audio, video and image of the frame there is a small remote control which has a special place to rest when not in use – on the back end of the DP01-65-WH, in that special space place there is also space for a USB flash drive and a memory card.
[found at FarEastGizmos]