Sony DPF-D710 Review



Users love the clear, crisp, color-saturated images this cheap digital photo frame displays and the stylish, widescreen format it provides without distortions. The frame has a resolution of 800x480 (lower than other cheap digital photo frames on our list), 128MB of internal memory, and the option to add external memory through a USB port or memory card slot.

Garnering generally positive feedback across the board, this 7-inch digital photo frame impresses users posting Sony DPF-D710 reviews at Amazon with its easy setup, convenient remote control, and crisp, clear picture quality. Experts at TopTenReviews also like this frame, according to the site's Sony DPF-D710 review. They say that, while it's a basic model, it produces vibrant color. The automatic orientation sensor ensures photos are always displayed in the correct position (portrait or landscape) without distortion.

The Sony DPF-D710 (starting at $67, Amazon) has a resolution of 800x480. The aspect ratio is 16:10, which, on some frames, can distort 4:3 photos. However, this frame uses thin black lines to showcase shots in widescreen without distorting them. The Sony DPF-D710 can't play music or video, but it accepts image files including JPEG, TIFF, BMP, and RAW. It has 128MB of internal memory as well as a USB port and a card slot for external memory. This cheap digital photo frame is backed by a one-year warranty and comes with a slide show option with creative effects. It also has a timer and can function as a clock and a calendar.

The Sony DPF-D710 is a solid digital photo frame with all the necessities. It's produced by a reliable company and backed by a good warranty. Users generally report positive experiences with setup and use and are impressed with the frame's picture quality.

Raechel Conover

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