Fidelity Electronics DPF-8015F

Fidelity Electronics DPF-8015F is a 8-inch Digital Photo Frame features 256 MB internal memory, memory card reader for easy viewing, 800×600 high-resolution picture display, Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 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 JPEG, MPEG 1,2,4, MP3, AVI, and TXT files. The Digital Photo Frame measures 9 x 1.5 x 8 inches and weight 1.8 pounds.

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Features & Specifications

Fidelity Electronics DPF-8015F Features & Specifications

• Memory Card Support: SD/SDHC/MMC/MS/CF/XD/USB
• Resolution: 800 X 600
• Aspect Ratio: 4:3
• Picture Support: 12 Mega Pixels
• File Format Supported: JPEG/ MPEG 1,2,4 MP3 /AVI /TXT
• Memory Card Capacity: 8GB Maximum
• Rotation: 0 /90 /180 /270 Degrees
• Internal Memory: 256 MB
• Display Position: Portrait / Landscape / Wall Mount
• Language Options: English/ French/ Deutsch/Swedish/Spanish/Greek/Italian/Turkish
• Remote: Yes
• Alarm, Calendar: Yes
• Package Contents: Digital Picture Frame/ AC/DC Adapter/ User Guide/ Remote control/ USB Cable

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