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Sky Rhyme digital picture frame reviews – how to connect with WiFi?

Sky Rhyme digital picture frame reviews
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How many photos you can store in Sky Rhyme digital picture frame? The frame is 10.1 inches which is about the perfect size fit in the room. The device has 16GB which can store many photos, plus the photo transfer from phone to the frame is super easy, and it supports multiple device. Very convenient to share photos within the family after travel. Find more in Sky Rhyme digital picture frame reviews.

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Specs – Sky Rhyme digital picture frame

  • Screen Size 10.1 Inches
  • Dimensions: 7.24 x 0.91 x 10.43 inches
  • Resolution 1280 x 800
  • Color: Reflective Edge
  • WiFi : Yes, 2.4GHZ
  • App support: Frameo
  • SD card support: Upto 32GB
  • Function: auto-rotate, slideshow mode, brightness, Sleep mode, etc.

Sky Rhyme digital picture frame reviews

Build

The texture of the frame and the grade of pixel quality are both quite good, it added an elegant and modern feel to the home. 

Design

Sky Rhyme digital picture frame measures 7.24 x 0.91 x 10.43 inches and weighs only 2.16 pounds.  It can both stand on the table or hang on the wall. The frame has a bracket and wall mount hole in the back. It can place on table horizontal and Vertical. 

Display

The 10.1″ IPS HD touch screen with 1280*800 resolution can display amazing clear and vivid landscape and portraits. It has an aspect ratio of 16:10 to recall your precious memories. The picture vivid, clear and crisp.

Storage

Received photos and videos are saved to the built in memory of the frame, not on any cloud, which is much safer and private. Built-in 16GB memory and extend micro SD card (max.32GB, not included) empowers a huge capability of storage.

Photo share

I can use app to Send maximum 10 photos at a time. It also allows me to Send small videos but with only15 seconds. I like to add some messages to the photos and videos. This function is very interesting.

App

The set up is very intuitive and extremely easy. I like the ability to connect with my phone to easily transfer photos to the digital frame. It can connect with WiFi and use APP “frameo” to send photos from cellphone to frame, or just use mircoSD card to send photos without wifi. Have lot of features like adjusting time for pictures, putting it on sleep mode, fit some to the screen.

Alternate of Sky Rhyme digital picture frame

Aluratek 8-inch LCD Digital Photo Frame

Specs

Dimensions: 8.5 x 7 x 1 inchesResolution: 800 x 600Touch screen: NoWi-Fi: NoRemote: NoBuilt-in storage: NoMotion sensor: NoMusic player: NoVideo: NoUSB/SD slots: Yes/YesCloud Services: None

Pros

+Very easy to use and set up+Screen is bright with intense pleasing colors+Inexpensive

Cons

-Low-resolution screen-Does not play video-Viewing angle is limitedAdvertisement

There’s not much to the Aluratek 8 inch Digital Photo Frame except extreme simplicity, which is why it’s still one of the best digital photo frames for some users who just want to display some photos and not mess with networks.

The unit features a generic plastic frame that comes with a screw-in plastic stand, but there is no hole for wall hanging. Normal-size USB drives stick out of the frame’s side. You can choose from 11 transition styles and display photos from 3 seconds to 1 hour.

The unit has no touch screen, no built-in memory and no remote control. The 800 x 600 TFT LCD screen resolution offers some basic adjustments for positioning images on screen, how long each image lingers and the screen brightness. You can plug in SD camera cards (up to 32GB) or a USB stick.

The navigational controls are on the back of the unit and each command registers with a toy-like click, but you must put your hands on the frame to change controls. Strangely, you can’t change any of the controls unless all SD cards and USB drives are removed from the unit.

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