Display your pics on your shelf or desk with a digital picture frame. Here are our top picks from the frames we've reviewed over the past year.
Although the HP DreamScreen 100 offers more than your average digital photo frame, it isn’t enough to justify the high price tag.
The Vizit digital photo frame by Isabella makes uploading and sending pictures a snap, but the high price tag and uninspired design are big turn-offs.
This stylish, modern-looking, burgundy-bordered frame boasts a rechargeable battery.
The PF730 is not only a digital photo frame, but also a video player, an alarm clock, a calendar, and an MP3 player.
In its warm brown wooden frame, Kodak's EasyShare D830 digital picture frame easily blends in with any other frames arranged on your desk or coffee table.
Although Toshiba’s DMF82X digital frame offers various Wi-Fi capabilities, its ease of operation leaves a lot to be desired.
While the ImpactV has some interesting features, you can find similar frames that don't have some of the issues of the ImpactV.
Sony’s DPF-D80 digital picture frame has nice image quality and slideshow features.
The Transcend PF720 is a great digital picture frame to have by your bed or sofa. It can display pictures, and you can use it like a personal media player for listening to the radio or your personal MP3 collection alongside slide shows or videos.
With its real wood, double-matted, and glassed frame, HP’s df820 digital picture frame looks about as close to a traditional picture frame as you can get.
The Kaleido R7 is an attractive frame for dwellings with décor that’s more modern than traditional.
As a basic frame, the SPX8WF works and the picture quality is satisfying. But the Windows-only features will have many users looking elsewhere.
The DSM-210 has some good features, but a lot of compromises are made within those features. If all you want to do is simply display pictures, you should be able to find a 10-inch frame at a more affordable price.
Kodak’s W1020 digital photo frame stands out thanks to its image quality.
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