that connect to the internet used to be a pricey and premium product. The ones that just play photos from physical storage like SD cards were the starter product. Now you can get a frame that does both well for a relatively low price, but there is still a place for the plug-and-play simplicity of a non-connected frame. We looked at smaller-sized frames that are still economical. Our review focuses on 8- to 10-inch digital photo frames, but you can also find smaller 7-inch digital photo frames. You can get much larger, more expensive versions of the frames we reviewed for a wider resolution or bigger picture. Large digital photo frames can be about 10 to 15 inches wide. For even more about these frames, take a look at our .
Everything is digital now, even memories, and not everyone is thrilled about it. Even though you can look at photos on your phone, your computer and television, you may still save some room in your life for more tangible mementos, and a digital photo frame is a great option. It is a nice middle ground between traditional photo displays and purely digital picture collections stored in your phone or computer. An electronic photo frame means you can display hundreds of your favorites without the clutter that comes with sharing a large collection of printed photos. It can also be a great way to share photos with a grandparent or anyone who may not see them on social media.
We considered user-friendliness at every stage of our evaluation, recognizing that many people will value the ability to plug in the frame, attach a USB port and see great-looking photos almost instantly. Menus and remote controls should be very easy to navigate, even for someone who has never used a digital photo frame.
If you are like most people, you have so many pictures that you can't decide which ones to display. A digital photo frame is the perfect answer.