Axion AXN-9105M 10-Inch LCD Digital Multimedia Player
Miriam Alario "Myrrh", Amazon
21 April 2008
Summary: Considering that I bought the item on sale, at a pretty good price, it is a moderately good buy. At full price I would have been very disappointed. First of all, the frame is very cheesy, not even as nice as most plastics or composites that are used now-a-days. Secondly, the operation is not as straight forward and user friendly as it could be. Finally, there are few options, such as transition types or effects.
Summary: I purchased this digital frame as a Christmas gift. Before giving the digital frame, I copied JPEG photos from my computer onto an SD card, and added an mp3 file for the music. Some of my photos I needed to crop to 6X8 first, to prevent the black area on the sides or top & bottom of the frame. You can use your SD card (or one of the other compatible formats) right from your camera. No cropping needed except for the portrait views. It also has internal memory too.
Summary: This is my 2nd frame. The first one requires to edit the pictures taken from camera to fill the screen. This one, with a standard resolution of 640x480, you just select a resizing to a 20x25 640 pixels in Picasa and voilá!!. Cons: Play only MPEG videos. Videos taken from Canon Camera can't be played on it.
Summary: At the time I purchased this frame, it was reasonably priced for the size screen that it offered. My only complaint about the product is that it does not have an option to randomly sort the pictures loaded to it for the slide show. This may not be an issue for some, but I was compiling pictures from relatives to give as a gift, and was hoping for the pictures to shuffle randomly across all relatives, rather than by title, as it appeared to, despite my efforts to manually...
Axion 10" Digital Picture Frame--really isn't worth your money!
Angela "OrangeCounty-WeddingPhotographer", Amazon
8 December 2007
Summary: This digital picture frame is probably the biggest money-waster you will ever have. I have just received one as a gift and nothing works on it. The screen is supposed to be touch-sensitive but it is not; the buttons have response time of well over 2 seconds! By the time the "copy" button activates the "copy" screen, the picture I wanted to save on the digital frame has moved on...
Frame received is not the frame pictured on this website
H. Butler "Graduate Student", Amazon
11 September 2007
Summary: I purchased this frame for my grandmother's 90th birthday. This is the second digital frame I've purchased from Axion. The first was advertised with a remote, which it did not actually include. When I called customer service they explained that the item was listed incorrectly on Amazon. You may ask then why I choose to purchase a second frame with Axion...I don't know honestly. My issue is one of aesthetics rather than functionality. The frame functions well.
Summary: I only just set it up last night and I haven't been able to stop watching as all of my favorite pictures roll by continuously. The picture quality is perfect, almost better than my computer screen. I think they should make some of them in 30" screens. I'd buy a ton of them and put them up rather than picture frames or paintings.
Summary: I purchased the Axion 10.4" frame for my wife to replace a defective Polaroid frame from a different source. The Axion stacked up quite nicely to the other "more expensive" frame. The Axion is viewable from more angles than the Polaroid frame with a cheaper price tag. Quality of the display is BETTER on the Axion and we have not had any technical issues.