Transcend T.photo 710 Digital Photo Frame

Transcend T.photo 710On no, I’m not talking about an usual frame here: Transcend T.photo 710 is a new 7-inch digital photo frame, with a high-resolution 480×234 pixel display, is a frame that plays background music, and supports JPG, BMP and Motion-JPG formats – it’s digital!
It is highly configurable, has 1GB of internal memory, and is appropriate for display in your living room, bedroom or office – just about anywhere you would normally put a picture frame or calendar and clock – a black and gold frame thats only 28mm deep.
The T.photo(tm) also lets you to set custom MP3 alarm clock sounds so you can wake up to your favorite song in the morning. During holidays like Christmas, New Years and Valentines Day, you can even choose special themes for your pictures. The remote gives you the option of selecting pictures to display from the T.photos onboard memory, flash media cards, or a USB flash drive, and also allows you to control its background music no matter what photo viewing mode you are in.
Product Features:
* 7” high-resolution (480 x 234) full color TFT display
* Compact remote control
* 1GB of built-in memory
* Supports SD, SDHC, MMC, MS, CF cards directly and miniSD, microSD, MS Duo, MS Pro Duo, M2 with adapters
* Hi-speed USB 2.0 for USB flash drives and connecting to a PC
* Landscape or Portrait positioning
* Wall mountable
* Slideshow, thumbnail, and photo-view modes
* Zoom/rotate functions
* Background music
* Motion JPEG playback
* Plays MP3, WMA, and WAV music files
* Built-in stereo speakers and headphone jack
* Picture Clock, alarm, and calendar with scheduling
* Seasonal frame themes (Christmas, New Years, Valentines Day, etc.)
* Supports 13 languages
* Two-year warranty, including one-year stuck pixel guarantee

Tags: photo frame, Transcend T.photo 710, Transcend photo frame, digital photo frame

Laura

Laura

I started photography as a hobby in 2005, during college. My passion slowly became a more important part of my life since 2008. Because of using a combination of my photographic knowledge, with those of internet marketing, I like to call myself a "photomarketer".
Laura

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