Nixplay Seed 10 Inch WiFi Digital Picture Frame Review

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We had our experts take a look at the Nixplay Seed 10 Inch WiFi Digital Picture Frame to provide you with the inside scoop on its qualities.

We’ll provide you with all the detailed information you could need. You just need to make your own final decision.

Our rating: 8 / 10

Cost: $$$$

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Pros:

  • Automatic uploads to social media sites
  • Enlarges photos
  • Durable stainless steel frame

Nixplay gifts the Seed digital picture frame as the perfect gift for anyone who is frequently on-the-go, lacking in home decor, or looking to add a personal touch to an office or cubicle.

This frame is a direct monitor that connects via WiFi. Using the unique Nixplay app, you can select photos from your phone, Facebook, Dropbox, or Instagram and share a slideshow of the favorite memories with the chosen recipients.

The Seed's 16:9 aspect ratio keeps photos looking great. Its Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution picture looks crisp and clear. The photo/video display is very responsive to your touch as well. The primary purpose of this frame is as a picture holder, but they do this well. You also can use the frame as a desk clock or time the amount of time between photos when it is being used as a photo display.

The frame can hold a capacity of 3,000 photos/videos – just a little over a month's worth. Additionally, you can connect the device to a router, which allows you to upload and share even more photos stored on your phone.

I don't know how long the frame is, but it looks like it can be wall mounted and the entire frame can be moved around. The design is perfect for locations where people may need to bring it with them.

Overall, this is your standard digital picture frame. It has a lot going for it and it is a nice piece to own. But, if you're looking for anything more than that, you will be disappointed.

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