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This ultraportable projector displays good-looking images but works best only in low lighting.
The versatile, 2.75-pound InFocus IN1102 is a superior choice for a double-duty, lamp-based projector that delivers bright, colorful images both in large conference rooms and in cozy living rooms.
Optoma’s compact, 2.4-pound EW330 is a lamp-based ultraportable projector that features 1280 by 800 resolution and enough illumination power for use in a large conference room.
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.
Dell’s tiny M109S is a palm-size LED projector with a low brightness rating of only 50 lumens, which makes it best suited for very small groups in dark or dimly lit conference rooms.
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.