I've made no secret of my love for digital photo frames, something I feel every household should have. (Listen to my recent podcast episode, below, devoted to the subject.) Think about it: Instead of looking at just a single framed photo, you get to look at thousands in a never-ending slideshow. It's a great way to actually do something with all those pictures you take with your phone.
As a general rule I steer clear of the off-brand frames, usually because the companion apps tend to be subpar. But this is a little different, as I'll explain below. Here's the deal: For a limited time, and while supplies last, the Aeezo 10.1-inch WiFi Digital Picture Frame drops to $68 when you clip the on-page $10-off coupon and then apply promo code 9CP5O4Q5 at checkout. That matches the lowest price to date. It's available with either a black or brown frame.
The hardware is pretty straightforward: 10.1-inch IPS touchscreen, 1,280x800-pixel resolution (which is not 1080p, despite what the listing says), 16GB of expandable onboard storage. The image auto-rotates depending on the orientation of the frame, and you can set "sleep" hours to save electricity.
Odd though it may sound, software makes or breaks a device like this. The Aeezo frame relies on a third-party app called Frameo, which is available for both Android and iOS and has overwhelmingly positive reviews on both platforms.
With it you can add photos directly from your phone or tablet library, and invite friends and family to send pictures as well. (Update: I previously mentioned that this frame allows you to email photos directly to it and import photos from Facebook and Instagram. These features are not supported here. I apologize for the error.)
I had the chance to spend a little time testing both the frame and Frameo. Verdict: Sweet. Nice picture, simple software, great price. I really can't overstate how wonderful it is having a digital photo frame in your house.
Originally published last month. Updated to reflect new availability and price. Removed expired bonus deal.
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