These digital picture frames are evolving! Not only will eMotions Picture Frame show photos from SD, MS and MMC memory cards or loads directly via USB from the camera or computer, but the eMotion 3-in-1 Desktop Media Player will play DVDs, VCDs, music CDs and MP3! If you aren’t watching anything, the screen becomes a mirror.
With a 7″ LCD screen and a 16:9 aspect ration you could bring this gizmo on the road to look at pictures as well as use it as a DVD player.
In a few years, digital picture frames will be what everyone buys when they go to Walgreens, Eckerds or a Wolf Camera instead of the old fashioned picture frames.
Share your favorite memories and more with the amazing new eMotion 3-in-1 Multimedia Picture Frame. This unique, three-in-one multimedia player lets you view and play photos, videos, DVDs, VCDs, music CDs and MP3s in the home or office and doubles as a portable entertainment center when traveling.
The sleek digital picture frame features an impressive high-resolution 7-inch LCD screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio and antiglare TFT for crisp, vivid viewing in any light. Control all functions with the LCD panel controls and on-screen menu or use the included credit-card remote. Handy 180Â° angle image rotation feature functions with the touch of a button. Position the frame vertically or horizontally. Switch the screen off and the frame becomes a desktop mirror!
A built-in camera card reader allows convenient one-step downloads of SD, MS and MMC memory cards; the frame also supports USB 2.0 for ultra-fast connections with computers, cameras and more. Includes headphones and external speaker output jacks.
Smart lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack runs up to 2 1/2 hours on a single charge; credit-card remote runs on 3V battery (included). Plugs into wall outlet with included AC adapter. Also includes a DC car adapter. Measures 8 2/3″ x 6″ x 2″ and weighs just 2 lbs. One-year warranty.
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)
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