Sony DPF-D72 7-Inch LCD WVGA 16:10 Photo Frame (Black)
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38 of 38 found the following review helpful:
Great picture quality, easy to use Dec 21, 2009
By K. Sloan
I purchased two of these as gifts and spent some time loading images onto each before giving them to others. While the manual was somewhat difficult to interpret, the actual process of getting images onto the frame could not have been easier. I have a mac and use iPhoto for images. The frame screen is 800x480 pixels, so I simply cropped a set of images to those dimensions and exported them as jpegs. I connected the frame using a USB cable (not included) and the frame popped up as an external device. I dragged my images onto the frame, unplugged the USB, and voila the frame rebooted and started displaying my images. Couldn't be easier.
Lots of extra options and settings to customize the experience, I left most of those alone except I did toggle the sony logo off on both of them since the frames look sleeker without the brand name.
Very happy; I'll likely pick up a third one of these for myself.
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
As good as it gets Mar 01, 2010
By W. Johnson
I liked this frame so much, I bought two. One for my parents and one for my family. The features are great, I like that it can double as a clock. Ease of use is well...easy! Pop in a memory card or plug into a PC via USB to use the 1gb of on board memory. Picture quality only slightly suffers when a picture outside the native display dimensions is loaded up. When a cropped picture for this frame is displayed, the results are spectacular. For a bigger room you probably want to get a bigger frame, but as an accent or in a smaller room I recommend this frame without hesitation.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
It's OK Mar 08, 2010
By P. Fusco
Having a hard time getting some of my pics to display properly and navigating through the frames menu was not easy to figure out. I thought it would be easy - size the imgages, drag and drop.
Not so, but the frame itself is nice and when I figure it out it will make a great additional to my living room.
7 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Can't beat Sony quality. Feb 01, 2010
By Maria C. Cruz
We had some very bad luck last year with two different digital picture frames we recieved for Christmas, one a Westinghouse and the other some weird brand. They both died within a very short period of time. Westinghouse would not honor the warranty because we didn't have a receipt. We tossed them both in the trash! I wanted to give one to my husband for his office as a Christmas present this year and I started researching these things online. This Sony was very highly rated with an excellent warranty, so I purchased it with confidence. So far, so good, it's working flawlessly. The picture quality couldn' be sharper and it was very easy to set up. It was a little more expensive than other brands, but you get what you pay for. We're completely pleased!
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Great fo Grandma Mar 15, 2010
By Edward A. Blanchard
Loaded over 500 family pics and sent them to grandma. She loves the pics and also uses it as a night lite in clock mode. She learned how to use it on her own.
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