Digital Spectrum MF-8000 Premium Digital Picture Frame features 256MB internal memory, memory card reader for easy viewing, 800×600 high-resolution picture display, Ethernet, Bluetooth, Modem (via dedicated CF port), USB Host, USB Device, 802.11b/g, 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 Photo: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, Audio: MP3, Video: MPEG-4. The Digital Photo Frame measures 15.0 x 21.0 x 2.5″ (38.1 x 53.3 x 6.4 cm) and weight 9 lbs (4.1 kg).
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Digital Spectrum MF-8000 Premium User Reviews
Part of a digital solution
“The Digital Spectrum MemoryFrame 8000 Premium U-40100 is a pretty sophisticated piece of work. To start with, it is not ugly. It contains a Windows CE computer that can support WiFi, USB, memory cards and Bluetooth, which is better than some laptops I’ve owned. The WiFi works pretty well. It’s up on my WPA2 Apple Extreme/Express network. I had to enter the password with the remote control to get it started, but it is now a networked computer. I tested it out with Flickr, and it could download my photos and take advantage of Flickr’s new photo “sets” folders. “ – By Kaleberg
So far so good
“I went to setup an RSS feed because what I really want to do is email pictures to my parent’s frame and have them magically appear. So I had previously played with FrameChannel and knew what I needed to do. I entered the RSS feed URL. This was painfully long with the remote, but got it done and apparently it was correct. Next, I hit play slideshow AND … only the canned pictures came up. Ok, read the setup instructions on FrameChannel, very concise. Followed them and WOW! Pictures started coming down. (I needed to set the source for the slideshow) Then I started emailing a bunch of pictures to the framesend.com address they give you and then figured out how to get them to automatically become active when they are from an invited source on FrameChannel. Now they just flow to the frame. All in all a pretty good experience so far.” – By D. Dickinson
The way digital frames were meant to be
“I think this would even be better for someone wanting to share photos with a grandparent who might not be “technology savy”. All they need is an internet connection with a wireless router installed (something that comes with many cable subscriptions), and they can automatically update the pictures their grandparents see – all without ever touching the unit, and all without ever asking their grandparent to touch the device – HOW COOL IS THAT!?! I love this thing, and would highly recommend it to anyone wanting to share photos with a family member who just “doesn’t get technology”, but who is willing to have the internet installed. “ – By LiveOnTwoWheels
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Digital Spectrum MF-8000 Premium Features & Specifications
The MF-8000 Premium is a Photo, MP3 Audio and MPEG-4 Video player. As a bonus, audio can be played through built-in stereo speakers while a photo slideshow is playing. And because MF-8000 Premium is web enabled, you can enjoy all the content sent to you by your family and friends through the Internet and Photo Sharing Sites. MF-8000 Premium is also Windows Vista certified, so that you can take maximum advantage of new device features that allow MF-8000 to be shared by Vista playing new content as you desire. The MF-8000 has an 8″ Bright Active Matrix TFT LCD Screen and delivers vivid high resolution photos and video.
The MF-8000 Premium has changeable standard frame capability so it can be framed to suit any decor and displayed either tabletop or wall mounted. It comes with 256MB of internal memory plus a built-in multi-format card reader and a dedicated communication port (for Ethernet, Bluetooth etc.). A remote control is used to access the easy to use on board menu, giving you full control of the slide show and player functions. Included Digital PixMaster slideshow builder software allows users to create and save slideshows to/from their PC.
See also: Digital Frames