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First Look: Alexa in a Digital Photo Frame

First Look: Alexa in a Digital Photo Frame

Everybody loves Digital Photo Frames. It happens to be a pretty common gift – particularly for the older generation. Grandparents proudly display their grandchildren in a rotating slideshow.

Nixplay has recently released a Digital Photo Frame that the company has integrated Alexa into. We have one on the way to test and review, but here’s a quick glance to whet your appetite for this gadget.

Features:

  • Ultimate photo viewing experience: 10.1 Inch LCD IPS Display, 1280 x 800 HD Screen Resolution, 16:10 Aspect Ratio coupled with a Hu-Motion sensor so that you never have to worry about turning the frame on or off.
  • Designed to fit stylishly anywhere at home or office: The power cord is flexible and acts as a frame stand allowing for adjustable viewing angle in either portrait or landscape mode.
  • Comes with a small remote to control the frame settings or simply turn your smartphone into a remote by using the Nixplay Mobile App.
  • No more memory sticks or cards: 8GB (20,000 photos) internal memory storage for displaying photos when the frame is offline, along with 10GB free online cloud storage to keep your photos safe and secure.
  • The perfect gift to bring a smile to loved ones: Capture moments and display them instantly using the Nixplay Mobile App for iPhone & Android or email them directly to the Nixplay Seed Frame. Remotely view and manage the photos on your frame using the Nixplay Mobile or Web App.
  • All your photos in one place: Access all your favorite photos on Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, Flickr & Google Photos or upload new ones to create dedicated playlists on the safe and secure free Nixplay Web App. Allow friends and family to share photos to the Nixplay Wi-Fi Frame from anywhere in the world.

 

Amazon has this gadget for $170: Nixplay Seed 10.1 Inch Widescreen WiFi Digital Photo Frame with Alexa Integration

The Echo Show offers similar functionality, but regularly costs about $50 more than the Nixplay device. Is the Show worth the extra money? Stay tuned for the review.


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