By November 16, 2007

Polaroid 10″ Digital Photo Frame unboxed

I’ve spoken about digital photo frames a number of times in the past and even reviewed a couple but these have mostly been of the 7″ variety. Polaroid recently sent me a 10″ photo frame to take a look at so as always I thought I would start off with an unboxing video.

Polaroid 10″ Digital Photo Frame unboxed

I’ve played around with the photo frame briefly and put in the memory card from my Lumix compact camera. The slideshow plays perfectly and I have to say that upon initial inspection, I’m quite impressed with the quality and it’s nice to see your photos on a decent size screen! I’ll be talking about this more in a later post.

This frame has a native resolution of 640 x 480 pixels and supports Compact Flash, Secure Digital (SD), MultiMediaCard, MicroDrive, Smart Media, Memory Stick and XD memory cards. It can display JPEG pictures and play MP3 audio files as well as MPEG2, MPEG4, ASF & AVI video formats. It also comes with a remote control.

With one 7″ (XSU-0750), two 10″ (XSU-01030E and XSU-01035B) and one high-resolution 12″ model (XSA-01220B) Polaroid offers picture frame styles to suit every need.The flexible 7″ with its real picture frame look in three captivating interchangeable real wood finishes, ebony, cherry and natural, fits in harmoniously to every home. The elegant real wood design of the 10″ model and the slim, dark frame of the 12″ model also set off photographs beautifully. Using an integrated speaker and the option of storing MP3 sound files, the larger models can even present slide-shows with their own individual tunes.

The 10″ and 12″ models are genuine pioneers in the digital picture frame sector. They can recognise the flags for portrait-format digital photos and automatically turn them the right way up – with absolutely no distortion. In addition, the XSU-01035B has an internal memory with a capacity of 256 megabytes. The 12″ model is also well worth a look: with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels, it can display photos brilliantly on a larger scale. All the frames also have remote control, making them especially convenient and easy to use.

Posted by: Matt

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