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cenOmax F7012A digital photo frame

Those in the market for a digital photo frame will be delighted to learn that the popularity of this relatively new product category is pushing prices lower and lower. A 7in digital photo display has just been launched by cenOmax priced at £48.

The cenOmax range is a brand owned by Lite-On IT, a manufacturer of projectors and other more business-focused products. CenOmax says its 7in F7012A digital photo frame will be onsale across Europe and will be able to play music and video clips as well as displaying Jpeg photos.

The digital photo frame offers a range of screen transitions and themes and can play MP3 audio files as backing tracks. Built in speakers are included. The display, however, is limited to a top resolution of 480x234 pixels.

The CenOmax photo frame can automatically rotate and resize images to fit the screen. The device itself has a small onboard memory - sufficient for 15 photos - while other shots can be introduced via the 5-in-1 memory card slot. This can take cards up to 2GB in capacity. Alternatively, photos can be read from a USB flash memory drive.

Unusually, there's a built-in calendar and alarm, plus clip-on frames in orange and black should you decide you don't like the existing transparent bevel. For those after a seasonal look, Christmas and Easter-themed onscreen frames are also included.


cenOmax 7in digital photo frame

cenOmax 7in digital photo frame

cenOmax 7in digital photo frame

CenOmax lets you choose between a translucent surround or clip on either a black or orange one

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