Coby DP500 Digital Photo Frame

Coby DP500 is a 5-Inch Digital Photo Frame features 640×480 high-resolution picture display, Contrast 500:1, Brightness 200cd/m2, solid wood frame, 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 MPEG4, JPEG, WMA, and MP3 media files. The Digital Photo Frame measures 2.2 x 8.2 x 7 inches and weighs 2.2 pounds.

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Coby DP500 5-inch Digital Photo Frame with MP3 Player, 5-inch TFT LCD color display , contemporary-style frame, displays JPEG photo files, plays MP3 and WMA music files, plays MPEG-4, H.264, and Motion JPEG video files, photo slideshow mode with music, calendar and clock with alarm timer, SD, MMC, MS, xD, and CF card slots, full-size USB port for use with flash memory drives, Integrated stereo speakers, includes Vividshare PC software for creating custom multimedia slideshow, full-function remote control included, wall-mountable design with detachable stand.

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