Product Type: Philips Digital Photo Frame
Newest Review: ... allows it to sit on a shelf without an ugly cable trailing from its rear. In conclusion, the Philips 7FF2M4 is a well designed and nice ... more
Bring Your Photos to Life... if you must...
Member Name: JJJJ
Advantages: Accepts a range of Memory Cards, Good Display
Disadvantages: What's wrong with the good old fashioned non-electric photos!
I love a gadget with an imaginative and humorous name - unfortunately the '7FF2M4' is not one of those products. It is in fact a digital photo frame made by Philips with a high quality LCD display.
Digital frames have increased in popularity over the last few years, with advances in technology allowing this type of product to be made more cheaply. That said, this particular model isn't a budget option, and has a recommended retail price of around £140.
You would expect a piece of electronics made by Philips (who are experienced in creating TV and computer monitors) to be of a high standard - and sure enough it is, with a bright and clear 7" screen.
Although plasticky with its transparent surround, it actually looks quite nice in combination with the white inner frame - both elements create a modern looking centre-piece, which sits on a sturdy removable stand.
The menu system is easy to navigate, and you can choose the length of time each photo stays on the screen amongst other things. This particular model has 128mb of internal memory, and also supports memory cards in the form of CompactFlash, Memory Stick, MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card, xD-Picture Card, microSD, and SDHC .
The good thing about this model is that it doesn't always have to be mains powered as it features an internal battery. This doesn't last an extremely long time, but it's a nice addition to the product, and allows it to sit on a shelf without an ugly cable trailing from its rear.
In conclusion, the Philips 7FF2M4 is a well designed and nice looking digital photo frame, which has a range of impressive features. I'm personally not a fan of the whole concept of the digital frame - as I see the whole thing as a bit of a waste of electricity - however, if you have to own one, then this model represents a good choice.
Summary: Decent Product
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