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The Ceivalife digital photo frame and its complementary service push past simple picture viewing into the realm of Internet appliances--for better or worse.
While the Cagic 8.4-inch digital photo frame isn't laden with extra features, it gets high marks for design and build-quality.
In spite of some performance issues, the Smartparts SPX12 is a good-looking digital picture frame that for the most part lives up to its claim of making it easy to transfer photos from a memory card to the frame with almost no effort.
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The Pandigital 8-inch digital photo frame may not have built-in Wi-Fi, but it does deliver a pretty sharp-looking picture, has a fairly straightforward interface, and support for video and audio playback, which makes it an all-around solid digital photo frame.
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The Toshiba DMF82XKU 8-inch Digital Media Frame is a decent photo-viewing choice for Picasa, Facebook, and Flickr fans, but the overall package could use some polish and probably a firmware update.
Though it's a little expensive for its feature set, the Sony 8-inch Digital Photo Frame DPF-D80 delivers exactly what most people want: high-quality photo slideshows in an easy-to-use, attractive package.
Kodak may have cut some corners on the build quality of the EasyShare W1020 Wireless Digital Frame, but it offers decent image quality, performance, and a strong feature set for the money.
The Aluratek ADMPF210's nice wooden bezel and 1,024x768-pixel screen make it an attractive choice to display still images, but it falls short when trying to play back videos, and its speakers can't do justice to your MP3s.
Kodak's Wi-Fi-enabled EX-1011 offers the same strong feature set, good image quality, and online integration with the company's free EasyShare Gallery online photo-sharing service as its highly rated 8-inch brother, the EX-811--but the EX-1011's bigger screen size has more visual impact, especially in larger rooms.
The Coby DP-102 10.2-inch digital photo frame was better than we expected--especially for its relatively modest price--but we had trouble getting it to play back videos, which forced us to lower its rating.