Parrot DF7220 Wireless Digital Photo Frame
by Mark R
We’ve reported on Parrot products before, especially with their new lineup at CES. I was greatly impressed with their new line of picture frames, and I finally had a chance to try out one of their newest: the DF7220.
The DF7220 is a complex piece of hardware, yet is simple to use. All I had to was plug the frame in an ordinary wall outlet, and it was ready to download pictures. Then I plugged in the USB into frame and transferred the files from a computer with a simple Cut and Paste procedure. There is also the option of downloading via Bluetooth from a mobile phone or camera.
According to the official record of the product, the frame can hold 300 photos. I am assuming that is with the SD/MMC card, because I was only able to get 50 or 60 without having a card inserted into the slot.
The photos are automatically adjusted to fit the 7 inch frame. Speaking of adjustment, you can adjust for vertical and horizontal photos by simply by turning the frame to the side. The frame has buttons on the back that I could use to make a slideshow, arrange photos, and even deletion of pictures if needed.
The Parrot DF7220 Wireless Digital Photo Frame is available soon, but so far no word on a price.