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Parrot Photo Viewer review at LetsGoMobile
Ilse Jurriën : April 26th 2007 - 12:04 CET
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LetsGoMobileParrot photo viewer review : In the year 1994 Henri Seydoux founded Parrot in Paris. Parrot's complete assortment consists of products that fully aim at the cell phone and Bluetooth market. They manufacture products such as loudspeakers you can connect to your cell phone or computer via Bluetooth and Bluetooth hands-free sets. Monitoring the Parrot assortment for a while we found out that their products have become more innovative and more beautiful in a short period of time. The Parrot 7-inch digital photo frame lets you transfer your pictures to the internal memory through Bluetooth. Parrot has send LetsGoMobile a sample to test the Parrot Photo Viewer 7".
Parrot Photo Viewer review at LetsGoMobileParrot Photo Viewer
The Parrot Photo Viewer 7” Bluetooth-enabled digital photo frame holds more than 500 images and has a seven-inch active-matrix TFT screen for exceptionally bright, crisp photo images. Photos can be transferred quickly and easily to the Parrot photo viewers from a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone, digital camera, laptop other storage device. The Parrot Photo Frame features a built-in sensor that keeps the image upright whether the frame is positioned vertically or horizontally. The Photo Viewer also allows for brightness adjustment and shut off automatically when it's dark.

Parrot 7" Photo Viewer review
"The screen of the Parrot digital photo frame measures 10x15 cm, which is the same size as an average developed picture. The screen has a maximum resolution of 720x480 pixels. The photos look good on it and are very clear with bright colouring. When turning the photo frame to the short side, rendition automatically changes from landscape to portrait and the size of the photos also changes automatically. On the side of the Photo Viewer 7" a small transparent window is placed with behind it a light sensor. This light sensor ensures that brightness of the screen is automatically adjusted. In dim light conditions the brightness of the screen will decrease and in bright light conditions the brightness of the sreen will increase, so your pictures are being displayed clearly at all times." Take a visit at the website of LetsGoMobile now to read the full Parrot Photo Frame review!

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