It is really easy inNixplay smart digitalpicture frame 15.6 inch to ensure it’s always displaying your choice of photos, whether it’s your own frame you’re controlling or one you’ve gifted to a family member. The most obvious use would be to gift one to grandparents in order to regularly update their frame with photos of their grandchildren.Consumer Reviews is supported by its audience. This website contains Paid Links. As an affiliate, we earn from qualifying purchase. Find more
Nixplay smart digital picture frame 15.6 inch has 1920×1080 FHD IPS display with 16:9 aspect ratio that auto adjusts to portrait or landscape placement; Motion sensor turns the frame on/off automatically; It works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, just ask for the playlist you want. The Nixplay App for iOS and Android gives you full control over your frame; Connect to Google Photos to ensure your frame is always up to date; Dropbox, Facebook and Instagram also supported from website. Discover more benefits in Nixplay smart digital picture frame 15.6 inch review.
Table of Contents
- 1 Nixplay smart digital picture frame 15.6 inch specifications
- 2 What is good in Nixplay smart digital picture frame 15.6 inch?
- 3 Nixplay smart digital picture frame comparison
- 4 Nixplay smart digital picture frame 15.6 inch review
Nixplay smart digital picture frame 15.6 inch specifications
Size and Weight
- Width: 9.96 inch (253mm)
- Height: 15.91 inch (404mm)
- Depth: 1.18 inch (30mm)
- Weight: 1160g (2.56 lbs.)
- Screen Resolution:1920X1080;
- FHDAspect Ratio:16:9
- Brightness: 300 cd/m2
- Supported Photo Format:JPEG / JPG
- Storage 16GB
- *Available memory is less due to pre-installed software
- RAM: 1GB
- Sensors: Infrared Sensor, Hu-Motion Sensor (active range: 2.5m), G-Sensor
- Speakers 2 x (2 W)
- Supported Nixplay OS: NixplayOS 7
- Card Ports- No
- Wireless 802.11 b/g/n
What is good in Nixplay smart digital picture frame 15.6 inch?
- Wall-mountable smart frame: Auto adjusts images to portrait or landscape placement; motion sensor turns the frame on/off automatically
- Stay Close to Family: The perfect gift for your family; Share photos and videos from your phone or by email to the Nixplay Smart frame, wherever it is
- Share Photos and Video Privately and Safely: Share images to your loved ones’ Frames and invite others to share pictures to your frame
- Manage the Photo Frame Using Your Phone: The Nixplay mobile app gives you full control over your frame; You can also add various social media accounts through web app
- Support when you need it: Get support when you need it with our dedicated customer service team who are more than happy to assist you
Nixplay smart digital picture frame comparison
|Nixplay Smart Photo Frame 9.7 inch||Nixplay Smart Photo Frame 10.1 inch||Nixplay Smart Photo Frame 13.3 inch||Nixplay Smart Photo Frame 15.6 inch|
|Unit Dimensions (WxHxD)||8.78×10.75×1.34 inch||7.36×10.55×1.22 inch||8.50×13.58×1.22 inch||9.96×15.91×1.81 inch|
|Net Weight||1.74 lbs.||1.30 lbs.||1.85 lbs.||2.56 lbs.|
|Display Resolution||2048×1536; 2K||1280×800; HD||1920×1080; FHD||1920×1080; FHD|
|Display Aspect Ratio||4:3||16:10||16:9||16:9|
|Display Brightness||350 cd/m2||400 cd/m2||250 cd/m2||300 cd/m2|
|Supported Photo Format||JPEG / JPG||JPEG / JPG||JPEG / JPG||JPEG / JPG|
|Sensors||Light Sensor ; Activity Sensor ; G-Sensor||Infrared Sensor ; Hu-Motion Sensor (active range: 2.5m); G-Sensor||Infrared Sensor ; Hu-Motion Sensor (active range: 2.5m); G-Sensor||Infrared Sensor ; Hu-Motion Sensor (active range: 2.5m); G-Sensor|
|Speakers||2 x (2W)||2 x (2W)||2 x (2W)||2 x (2W)|
|Wireless||802.11 b/g/n||802.11 b/g/n||802.11 b/g/n||802.11 b/g/n|
|Supported Nixplay OS||NixplayOS 7||NixplayOS 7||NixplayOS 7||NixplayOS 7|
Nixplay smart digital picture frame 15.6 inch review
Build & design
There are different finishes available in different sizes. There is, for example, a wood-effect one in the 10.1-inch, but if you want the 15.6-inch version, then you can have it in any color and material you like as long as it’s black plastic. It’s a matt finish, and very unobtrusive, so it wouldn’t look out of place in most decors.
It’s both desk and wall mountable. There’s an included stand for desk/table mounting, and there’s a hidden wall-mounting frame behind a slide-off panel. A third option is to attach it to a VESA 75 mount — the wall mount is compatible.
At the bottom-left-hand corner are two sensor windows that areslightlymore obtrusive than I’d wish. One is for the included remote control, the other is a motion sensor, automatically starting the slideshow when it senses people approaching it.
Screen size & resolution
The display is a 1920×1080 IPS LCD display with a 16:9 aspect ratio. It’s obviously not the latest tech in terms of either resolution or display type, but it is typical for photo frames, and IPS LCD is the same that Apple uses for its non-OLED iPhones. I personally found the quality perfectly acceptable at normal photo-frame viewing distances.
The frame automatically adjusts to portrait or landscape positioning, and uses YouTube-style “frosted” color-matched edges for anything that doesn’t fill the full width of the frame.
How to create and upload albums?
Once you’ve allowed the app access, you can create albums. There are, however, two frustrations here. First, you can’t just select entire Photos app albums in one go: You have to re-create them in the Nixplay app. Second, you are limited to 100 photos per album.
Once you’ve done this, the photos upload to the frame. Another UI frustration is that there is no automatic progress indicator in the app, just a message reading “Content uploading… ” If you exit the album in the app, and come back into it, then you can see the photos that have uploaded so far, together with a photo count, but this doesn’t update unless you exit and re-enter. You do, however, get an indicator on the frame itself.
How to add photos in Google Photos album?
There is support for automatically uploading the frame with photos from your Google Photos account. Since I use the Google Photos app to automatically sync my iPhone photos to my account, that means it’s effectively the same as having a feed from my iCloud photos.
Hit the New Playlist option and then select Google Photos. You need to login to your Google account, and can then either select one of the Google-assigned categories or just your Most Recent 1,000 Photos. Once you do this, the photos will sync and become an available playlist.