Summary: We liked the fact that the Sony DPF-D80 frame can handle large image files (up to 100MB) and, incidentally, is equipped to deal with 48-bit colour - whenever that standard hits the mass market, that is. Our only quibbles were with the price, which feels high considering its lack of extras (like video), and the proximity of the power button to the menu button.
Excerpt: Stop in at your nearest electronics store this holiday season, browse through their selection of digital picture frames, and you may notice something interesting. Nearly every frame manufacturer wants to talk up all the stuff their latest frames can do besides display images. From video playback to web content on the latest devices, it’s almost as if the idea of a digital picture frame as a place to centralize your snapshots has become a secondary concern.
Pros: Great design and build, Easy to use, Fantastic 800×600 display, Simple slideshow device with no useless bloat
Excerpt: The Sony DPF-D80 rocks Sony 's sleek design sense. This 8in picture frame is shiny and black, while the screen is matte, and button labels and the Sony logo are backlit. (If you want to, you can disable the light behind the logo.