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Sony picture frame review
Ilse Jurriën : March 31th 2010 - 06:44 CET
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SonySony picture frame review at LetsGoMobile : It wasn't until recently, however, that the digital photo frame was first launched onto the electronics market, and the demand for these kinds of devices is still growing. Sony is one of many companies trying to meet this demand, and so far, Sony has done an excellent job. Gradually more new versions are being launched, and the S-Series contributes by adding a number of models to its line. Sony is not only working on creating high-quality photo frames, the company is also determined to make the devices work flawlessly with every other Sony product.

• Read the full Sony picture frame review at LetsGoMobile.

Picture frame review

Picture frame review : Sony DPF-X1000
LetsGoMobile adds: "The way pictures are displayed on the Sony DPF-X1000 picture frame is, without exaggeration, simply stunning. Without any adjustments through the options, the pictures are already well-displayed, and the colors are vivid and true-to-nature. The aspect ratio of 15:1 works well. In addition, the Sony X1000 offers a wide viewing angle. If the frame is placed in a room, changes or distortion of the screen will hardly ever, to even not at all happen. This goes for viewing from all angles, except when viewing from the bottom."

Frame review

Sony S-frame DPF-X1000 picture frame options
LetsGoMobile continues: "The Sony S-Frame DPF-X1000 frame features an abundance of options. Of course, the default settings for time, backlight, language, alarm, etc., are available. In addition, there is a wide array of options for playing a slideshow: stop / play, interval, background music (MP3 format), and a mode to determine how the pictures should appear. I really like the latter, since it enables you to display a picture averagely, but also with a clock alongside, or a calendar above, below, left or right. Displaying multiple images side by side is not a problem, and is only a matter of three buttons."

Sony picture frame review

Sony picture frame review
The S-series photo frames of Sony stands for quality and durability. Sony recently launched a new model in this series, the DPF-X1000. This photo frame features a 10-inch high resolution display, 2GB internal memory, remote control, and can be placed on the shelf both in landscape and portrait. Very interesting about this frame is its HDMI output. More information can be found in the full Sony picture frame review at LetsGoMobile.
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