10 inch digital photo frame

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Support SD, MS, MMC, USB interface to connect your USB flash drive, easy photo, music and movies playback perfectly.
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  • 10 inch HD digital screen 800*480 350cd/m2
  • Stroge cardsupport SD/ MMC/ MS/ XD/CF/USB2.0/NAND
  • Build in stereo speaker 10,Can play all the pictures in sequence in the memory card at 3 to 5 seconds
  • With1*4pin-USB2.0 port
  • Easily functioned by remote control and button adjustment
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Can be realized quickly cut into the audio playback, video playback, photo display preview functions.

The displays on digital photo frames range in size from 7 to 15 inches, with most models in the 7-to-10-inch range. Typically, the larger the display, the more you'll pay. Some frames are bezel free and cleanly designed, while others add mats and wooden surrounds for a more traditional look. These displays support either a 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio (or 15:9 in some cases). By default, most point-and-shoot digital cameras capture photos in 4:3. A frame with an aspect ratio of 4:3 will be the best fit for your photos, as 16:9 frames will have to crop a piece of the top and bottom of your photos to fit the image on the LCD. On the flip side, a 16:9 aspect ratio gives your images a pleasing widescreen feel. One of our favorite frames, the $80 (street) Sony DPF-D70 7" Digital Photo Frame , displays in 15:9. That, together with its slick design and intuitive software, makes it look and feel like a mini HDTV.

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