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Parrot DF7220 digital photo frame
Ralf Jurrien : September 11th 2007 - 18:00 CET
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ParrotParrot DF7220 digital photo frame : Parrot, one of the leaders in wireless peripherals around the mobile phone, announced its new multi connectivity digital photo frame: the Parrot DF7220 allows wireless transfer via Bluetooth, USB and memory card connectivity. The Parrot DF7220 digital photo frame now allows for more connectivity options than ever before with images easily transferable from all sources: mobile phones, digital cameras, PCs or laptops. With a fresh new look, the frame can hold 300 images and display them one at a time or in a slideshow on the bright 7” screen. “Each picture tells a different story. We want to enjoy our pictures anytime and very easily,” says Henri Seydoux, founder and CEO of Parrot.
Parrot DF7220 - Wireless photo frame
Henri Seydoux added: “The multi-connectivity of the Parrot DF7220 is a great complement to our range of wireless photo frames including the Parrot Photo Viewer 7” and 3.5”. It offers fun and simplicity in a fresh design at a very affordable price.” Its straight forward three-button user interface makes customising slideshows simple, and its built-in sensors automatically rotate the image to landscape or portrait depending on the frames orienatation. The screen brightness on the Parrot DF7220 is adjustable and the unit shuts off automatically when it’s dark. The frames are also interchangeable so it can fit into whichever room it’s placed.

Wireless digital photo frame

Parrot DP7220 wireless digital photo frame - Price & Availability
To upload pictures, simply select the Parrot DF7220 wireless digital photo frame in the list of Bluetooth devices on your phone, digital camera or computer. Then select the picture you want to display and send it to the frame via Bluetooth. The picture is instantly converted to the size of the screen. The Parrot DF7220 will be available worldwide in stores and online at the Parrot web site from October 2007 onwards and will be available for the RRP of £99.99.

Parrot DP7220 photo frame - Specifications
• 7'' Wireless Digital Photo Frame
• Digital TFT screen with 410 x 234 pixels
• Display dimensions : 130 x 87 mm (ration 10:15)
• Bluetooth mobile phone and PC equipped with Bluetooth
• Mini USB port
• SD / MMC card slot
• Photo formats : JPEG and GIF
• User interface with 3 buttons
• Store over 300 photos
• Automatically adapts the picture size to the screen
• Light sensor for automatic backlight brightness adjustment (or manual)
• Usage in vertical and horizontal positioning
• Automatically rotates the picture (portrait/landscape)
• Bluetooth V2.0 + EDR with FTP, OPP and BIP profiles
• Bluetooth range of 10 meters (33 feet)
• Pairing with Pin code
• Power with AC adapter
• Dimensions : 208 x 162 x 22 mm - weight : 480 g





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