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Philips 9FF2CMI/37
5.1* out of 10

Philips 9FF2CMI/37

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Overall 10
10

Not as confusing as some have said

Anonymous, Newegg
7 January 2008
  • Summary: Use the included software as it optimizes the photo sizes to the best display on the frame, and you save a LOT of space this way - I put at least 50 photos (wasn't really counting) on the onboard FLASH using the utility and it wasn't full.
  • Pros: Excellent quality and nice looking frame. The interface seemed easy to use to me... I played a video game once so the directional push-button was easy to understand and it is really handy for navigating menus.
  • Cons: The menu structure seems a little buggy, like if you select an option then try to go back, you don't always seem to get back to where you started, but if this happened, I just got back to the main menu, and was able to start over and get to where I wanted.
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Overall 8
8.0

CONFUSED?

LANI H., Newegg
27 November 2007
  • Summary: PROGRAMMING IS CONFUSING AND REQUIRES MUCH TRIAL AND ERROR TO DETERMINE AS THE STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS ARE WORTHLESS. THERE MUST BE A CONTEST IN THE ENGINEERING WORLD WHEREBY THE ENGINEER THAT FIGURES OUT THE MOST FUNCTIONS FOR A SINGLE BUTTON WINS AN AWARD.
  • Pros: NICE PRESENTATION, CLEAN, SHARP SCREEN, GOOD LOOKING PHYSICAL FRAME.
  • Cons: ABSOLUTELY THE WORST DOCUMENTATION I HAVE EVER SEEN. INSTRUCTIONS ARE POOR TO HORRIBLE AND OFFER LITTLE OR NO USEFUL INFORMATION. THE PROGRAM TO TRANSFER PHOTOS TO THE FRAME IS BASIC - WITHOUT EVEN A "SELECT ALL" FUNCTION. SPECIFICS: 1 - PHOTOS MUST BE RESIZED OR WILL NOT DOWNLOAD (NOT MENTIONED ...
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