The PhotoSpring 10 Digital Photo Frame offers 2 separate visual frames in one: a conventional matte look with just a black, gallery-style outer frame or a sleek modern white matte look. It’s obvious to see how great a plain white mat frame looks and also how wonderfully it shows off your photographs when removing the top black frame, but it’s your option, and switching modes is simple. For the time being, this frame is exclusively for tabletops; wall mounting will require the purchase of a power line with either a 90-degree magnetic socket, which even the business claims will be accessible as an accessory.
What you will see here?
Price and availability
A PhotoSpring 10 Digital Photo Frame not only offers a unique visual style and access to the majority of prominent online photo services. But it also has a lot of built-in storage. The $119 base model comes in white with a black frame that may remove. The frame’s Premium edition costs $169. But it has a four-hour battery life against the regular version, which requires constant charging.
Design and interface
A touch screen controls the PhotoSpring 10 Digital Photo Frame. A small green dot inside the top right corner allows you to access numerous onscreen controls.
It’s difficult to spot at first, and you may need to consult the instructions unless you stumble across it by accident while poking around the screen. Still, once you do, the current image zooms out to expose on-screen controls that let you remove, hide, favorite, rotate, add to an existing album, modify formatting, or mail images to and from the frame. You may also link to cloud accounts such as Google Photos & Flickr.
You can also invite others to contribute photographs to your frame, adjust brightness & volume levels, turn the frame in and out, and set up parameters for watching slideshows with onscreen EXIF information for each image using the UI.
- Resolution: 1280 x 800.
- Dimensions: 13.1 x 9.9 x 1.6 inches with outer frame/11.1 x 7.9 x 1.1 inches with inner frame.
- Wi-Fi: Yes.
- Touch screen: Yes.
- Video: Yes.
- USB/SD slots: Yes/Yes.
- Cloud Services: Google Photos/Flickr/iCloud.
- Remote: No.
- Built-in storage: 16GB.
- Motion sensor: No.
The 1280 x 800 resolution of the 10-inch touchscreen offered my visuals punch and authenticity, including from an extreme angle of view. It discovered that removing the gallery black frame helped the photographs appear more vibrant and dynamic.
Although the table stand is helpful for both horizontal & vertical viewing, its attachment to the frame is unstable when moved. You’re alright if you don’t raise the frame off the table or hold the base securely when moving it.
PhotoSpring 10 Digital Photo Frame adaptability extends to its input mode. Email, proprietary app, SMS, images app share button, or a browser can all use to transmit up to 30MB of pictures directly to the frame. Its 16GB device storage instantly saves all media submitted to the frame. Inside an integrated slideshow, high-resolution movies up to five minutes long (or 1GB file size) automatically play. Albeit the frame doesn’t recognize Apple’s Live Photos for videos, only stills.
At first sight, the SD card slot & USB stick connections appear to be nothing more than additional ways to load images into the frame. That is accurate for most other frames. Whereas the SD card slot will ultimately allow you can import photos directly from such a camera card. This will require a firmware upgrade, which has yet to happen. Another anticipated feature is a USB connector for backup & export from the frame to the removable device.
The PhotoSpring 10 is a simple to use digital photo frame that accomplishes most operations with a short tap and simple on/off controls, making it perfect for non-technical users.
The image quality is good at the size of the frame. There’s enough storage space for a lot of video playback. A motion sensor isn’t necessary because you can plan on-off times. The four-hour battery capacity is ideal for gatherings & presentations. However, for most people, the less expensive base model would suffice.