A good budget frame for those who like the traditional look, the HP DF820 series offers more capabilities than competitors, without too much complexity.
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The GiiNii 8-inch Ultra-thin Digital Picture Frame is a good, pop-in-a-card-and-view photo display, though the execution of its features is disappointing.
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.
While the Cagic 8.4-inch digital photo frame isn't laden with extra features, it gets high marks for design and build-quality.
While the Pandigital 8-inch PanTouch's new interface doesn't make a huge difference, the frame is a generally solid choice with an attractive feature set.
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.
While the Media Street DF-EM2 effectively combines a portable DVD player and digital photo frame into one multipurpose device, we wish photo display functionality was better.
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