Summary: A totally different product from the 7" one, and much better. The controls are more robust and easier to understand, the picture quality is excellent for the price. The instructions are good and you can download all the information you need from the Philips website if you lose them.
This is a very good digital photo frame made by Philips
3 December 2008
Excerpt: This machine recognises sufficient forms of media. It also acts as a media reader because you can attach the USB cable to your computer. Each medium (flash card, SD, MMC, etc) acts as a separate hard drive on your computer.
Great item, good finish, a little clunky menu, questionable battery
Shareque "ShareQue", Amazon
18 February 2008
Summary: I bought this item after researching extensively and reading through all reviews for this frame. I must say i am very impressed by this item. Its true thats ome of the pictures need to be resized to fit perfectly, but that is a minor issue, if you dont mind some pictures having a black/white/grey...
Summary: The appearance of the frame is elegant and the image quality is also good . My complaint is with the documentation . For example having loaded images using the supplied software the memory is full .
Summary: Thanks to Ben for his post on sizing the photo's for proper display. I have been somewhat frustrated with getting the best image size for that frame that allows the most photo's to be loaded into internal memory. I am using a mac so the bundled software was of no use.
Summary: This is a great frame - it looks good, the quality of the photos are superb and it is very easy to use. So what is the problem? I purchased this frame on behalf of my parents, who were delighted with it, until the battery went flat and we got out the AC power adapter to recharge it and found it was...
Summary: Built in software on the frame is easy to use using the 3 navigation buttons. Useful insight from Ben in other review on resizing to 688x488. I used photoshop elements to resize, haven't tried SW that comes on CD.
Summary: I am the happy owner of one of these digital photo frames by Philips. Having seen the 7'' version in person, I was positively impressed by the screen quality (superior of any others I've seen; Kodak goes near but what an ugly frame! :D and, BTW, why Sony is still out of this market?!?
Summary: This supposedly 9" frame has screen dimensions of 17.0 x 11.1cm. (not 18 x 13cm as claimed by Philips). The diagonal is 8", not 9". The screen is smaller than a standard 7"x5" printed photo. And I was naively expecting it to be the same size as a 9" print (ie 9" x 6").