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Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame review – can you share videos?

Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame review

Does it have any built-in storage? Atatat WiFi digital picture frame is the only frame on the market with built-in 32GB large capacity! It is enough to store tens of thousands of photos for you. You can instantly share photos or small videos (MAX 15s) via free “Atatat” App.  The IPS screen provides more dynamic range and photo details, ensuring you to enjoy the high-quality photos from any angle. Know about more benefits in Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame review.

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In the box

  • 1 x Atatat WiFi Digital Picture Frame
  • 1 x Stand
  • 1 x Power Adapter
  • 1 x User Manual

Pros & Cons – Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame


  • Six screen sizes from 7” to 17.3”
  • 1920 x 1080 resolution and adjustable brightness settings
  • Easy to set up
  • Automatically turn on and off
  • Supports storage up to 128GB
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Supports images, movies, and music over a slideshow


  • No Wi-Fi or cloud connectivity
  • Remote control has too many buttons
  • No internal memory
  • Remote is slow

Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame Specs

  • Dimensions: 15.24 x 9.65 x 1.61 inches
  • Touch screen: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: No
  • Remote: Yes
  • Built-in storage: Yes
  • Motion sensor: No
  • Music player: Yes
  • Video: Yes
  • USB/SD slots: Yes/Yes
  • Cloud Services: No


The Atatat Digital Photo Frame is a budget model available in black with a subtle carved design varying price $100 – $150 based on promotion. It comes with alot of features – a calendar, both SD and USB inputs, the ability to play music and a clock, minus the hassle of setting up Wi-Fi. It operates via a separate remote control to keep the screen pristine. 

Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame review


Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame shows excellent craftsmanship. It comes in black or white with elegant carving on its thin bezel. Sitting on the tabletop is best done horizontally. While vertical photos adapt to the landscape orientation, the black bars on the sides can only be removed with radical cropping.


Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame measures at 15.24 x 9.65 x 1.61 inches and weighs only 2.61 pounds. The frame comes with a puny peg for standing, which is steady enough in landscape position, but does not hold up at all in portrait orientation.


It comes with a set of controls on the back of the frame lets you switch it on or off and here you can also access and adjust the settings. However, to switch modes from photo to movie, or SD to USB on the fly, you’ll need to use the remote. Having a clock and calendar adds convenience and sophistication to the frame.


This Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame has IPS 1920 x 1080p matte glass display. Brightness setting is much for adjustable to give it a realistic look compared to literally every other picture frame which just looks like a bland display. It supports 178-degree wide viewing angle and 15 levels of adjustable brightness so that your images are visible from most places in the room. 


This frame comes with 32GB built-in storage, which is enough to store more than 1,000 photos. Moreover, it supports SD card or USB drive upload (MAX.128GB, NOT INCLUDE). Each Atatat digital picture frame can be added over 500 contacts. You can add new users, delete users and manage user permissions.

Photo share

The only way to get photos and movies onto this frame is via an SD card or a USB thumb drive, but even those must meet strict specifications -— you can’t just pick up any thumb drive or SD card you may have lying around. The SD card must be 128GB or under and the thumb drive must be 32GB formatted to FAT32.


Within the touchscreen feature, setup is very quick and easy. The WiFi and phone app make loading pictures very simple. 

You can set the brightness, various slide show transitions, speeds, effects, and repeat mode. A breakpoint play mode picks up at the photo or video where you left off. The frame automatically adjusts the direction of the photo, which you can hang on the wall or place on a table. You can adjust the photos to better fit the 16:9 aspect ratio, options including cropping, stretching, auto, and original are available. 

Alternate of Atatat 10 inch digital photo frame

Nixplay Seed Wave

  • Display: 13-inch LCD
  • Resolution: 1920×1080 pixels
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • Dimensions: 336 x 213 x 38 mm
  • Sources: App, social media, cloud storage
  • Remote control: Yes
  • Cloud storage: 10GB (free) or 30GB (£14.99/year)
  • Orientation: Portrait/landscape (automatic)
  • Wall-mounting: No

+Integrated speakers with Spotify support

+All sorts of settings to tweak


-Chunky bezel isn’t subtle-Images aren’t crystal clear

If you’re looking for a centrepiece display, the Nixplay Seed Wave is one of the biggest digital photo frames you can buy: at 13 inches, there’s no shortage of screen real estate – though the widescreen proportions mean many images will be cropped or bordered by black. 

And while the Full HD resolution is higher than on many alternatives, the extra pixels are stretched over a larger area. As a result, images lack detail and, though colours are fairly well balanced, photographs can feel a little flat and lacklustre.

On the other hand, the matte finish keeps glare at bay and viewing angles are decent. With a smooth but chunky plastic bezel around its edge, the frame isn’t especially subtle, though it does feel sturdy. Flip it round and you’ll find two mesh elements harbouring the 5W speakers. These are surprisingly punchy and, with support for Spotify and 15-second videos, give the frame a welcome dose of versatility. 

As for the stand, that’s a flexible affair: the thick, reinforced cable – which also houses the power connection – can be adjusted to almost any angle to support the Seed Wave, aided by a clumsy but effective rubber base.

Photos are added through the comprehensive Nixplay app. Snaps can be uploaded in batches to different playlists, while the app also allows you to adjust the Seed Wave’s many options – from transitions to sleep schedules. Alternatively, you can use the bundled infrared remote. Both are useful compliments to what is a slightly cumbersome but generous frame.

Nixplay Nix Digital Photo Frame 8-inch

  • Screen size: 8-inch LCD
  • Resolution: 1280×800 pixels
  • Connectivity: N/A
  • Dimensions: 212 x 148 x 30 mm
  • Sources: USB, SD card
  • Remote control: Yes
  • Cloud storage: N/A
  • Orientation: Portrait/landscape (automatic)
  • Wall-mounting: Yes

+Plenty of settings to adjust

+Good value


-File browser interface isn’t the slickest

-Definition could be better

The 8-inch screen is at the smaller end of the spectrum, but it displays landscape snaps at a size similar to standard photo prints, so it’s a natural fit for most shelves. The panel is bright with decent colour reproduction, though there’s noticeably less contrast depth and detail definition than some frames with the same 1280×800 resolution.

Front-on, it apes the aesthetic of a traditional photo frame. Its plastic build doesn’t feel premium, but a bevelled bezel and unique rippled back mean it stops short of characterless. Propping it up is an adjustable stand that works in portrait or landscape (the display automatically rotates) and can also be removed for wall-mounting.

Compact and affordable, Nixplay’s 8-inch digital photo frame is also surprisingly feature-packed – provided you’re happy to skip the cloud connectivity offered by more expensive frames.

That said, the matte finish means reflections aren’t an issue, while the brightness, contrast and colour settings can all be adjusted to suit. In fact, from transitions to interval times to sleep settings, tinkerers will find plenty to customise in the settings menus, including the activation of the motion sensor.

The downside is an interface that feels like a file browser. The infrared remote is easy to use and navigating images on an SD card or USB stick is straightforward, but the system simply isn’t as slick as some – and it can sometimes feel quite sluggish, especially when scrolling through thumbnails. But it’s a minor compromise on an otherwise versatile budget frame.

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