Coby DP-887 Digital Photo Frame

Coby DP-887 Digital Photo Frame features 800×600 high-resolution picture display, built-in USB port, and Internal stereo speakers. This digital photo frame also supports CF, MD, MS, MMC, SD, and xD memory cards, and USB Thumb Drives; Plays MPEG1, MPEG4, AVI, JPEG, WMA, XviD , and MP3 media files. The Digital Photo Frame measures 9.37″ h x 2.24″ w x 7.59″ and weighs 7.39 pounds.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Coby DP-887 Digital Photo Frame User Reviews

Simple, easy to use and gorgeous 800×600 frame – not widescreen, no stretching
“The interchangeable frames are beautiful. The silver metal resembles stainless steel or satin nickel and looks stunning. The gold frame (which comes pre-installed) is more of a pale brass color. Each frame is backed with a velvet-like cloth. The quality is better than expected.. We copied a bunch of Christmas MP3s to the memory card. There is a setting in the menu under Audio/Music that allows background music to play during the slideshow. This was a nice touch. Once the slideshow started, the music followed shortly after. Volume control and mute are both easily done from the remote control. You can also view and play the files directly from the Music menu. Sound quality was as expected.” – By AreYouKidding?
Rating: ★★★★★

Probably the best digital photo frame available as of Dec, 2007
“Overall, I am very pleased with the frame so far and my sister loves it! The LCD looks fantastic, it is very bright, very sharp and it has excellent color and contrast. The photos look natural and clear (assuming they were natural and clear in the first place :) The frame is easy to use, it offers many options for loading photos and it can even serve as a 5-in-1 memory card reader. The brushed-metal outer frames (it comes with both silver and gold) are very sharp looking. I would recommend the DP887 to anyone looking for a digital photo frame. “ – By Robert C.
Rating: ★★★★★

Expert Reviews

Coby DP-887 Digital Photo Frame Expert Reviews

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Manual

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Features & Specifications

Coby DP-887 Digital Photo Frame Features & Specifications

The new Coby DP-887 digital picture frame blends traditional functionality with today’s technology and design. Enjoy pictures, music and movies and capture your most precious moments with family and friends in a new vivid and engaging way, and in a style that’s perfect for the home or office.

The contemporary design offers a crisp 4:3 aspect ratio for your viewing pleasure, and it features interchangeable metal faceplates and a detachable stand. Plus, you can now free up your hard drive: the Coby digital photo frame supports a variety of media formats including JPEG, MP3, WMA, and AVI.

Additionally, the Coby digital picture frame is compatible with multiple memory formats, including USB, SD, xD, CF, and MS. With the wide spread use of digital cameras, camcorders, and camera phones, the Coby DP-887 is the perfect product to store and share all of your special moments captured in digital media format. Where form meets function, the Coby digital picture frame is the perfect accent for the home or office.


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1 Comment »

Comment by Dave from Digital Photo Frames
2011-01-10 06:44:53

This frame looks good, and is moderately expensive. But I guess it could be lighter in its weight.

 

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