PCWorld has reviewed the Pandigital DPF80-2, a digital photo frame featuring 64MB of internal memory; four media card slots; an 800-by-600, backlit, 8-inch LED display (65 degree angle), and two swappable frames.
“In my hands-on trials, the 8-inch screen displayed brilliant images; my photos were clearly visible even under moderate ambient light. The display’s native 4:3 dimensions are well matched to those of many digital photographs, and generally it doesn’t need to scale your images to fit the screen. I had no problems with images from a point-and-shoot camera, but my digital SLR photos didn’t fill the screen; in the latter case, rather than cropping, the images had a minor letterboxing effect. You can situate the frame horizontally or vertically. The device doesn’t automatically rotate vertical images (you can rotate individual images, but the rotation won’t stick if you revert to slide-show mode). Rate: 79/100″
See also: Digital Camera