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Cadre photo numérique Parrot par Andrée Putman

Cadre photo numérique Parrot par Andrée Putman
alaAverage 3.6

3 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Parrot Digital Photo Frame by Andree Putman

 

Unique design, excellent Bluetooth implementation, well-designed user interface

Some odd design choices, frame display is comparatively small, proprietary non-detachable power cable

Whereas some manufacturers are fitting as many features as possible into photo frames in order to attract attention, Parrot has opted to emphasise design. The result is a nice frame with some quirks. Still, with excellent Bluetooth implementation and a...

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Parrot digital photo frame by Andree Putman review

 

Parrot's latest digital photo frame attempts to emulate LG and Samsung by going designer, but is the premium you'll have to pay in the price worth the bother? We take a closer look. Designed by Andree Putman, a French designer that you've probably...

Minimalist design, crisp screen

No Wi-Fi, battery, CompactFlash slot; expensive, poor build quality

Comes across as overhyped and expensive

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Parrot Digital Photo Frame by Andree Putman Review - Digital Cameras Accessories

 

parrot digital photo frame by andree putman review: With Bluetooth on-board but few other bells and whistles, the Parrot Photo Frame might be a one-trick pony — but this connectivity option is arguably the one genuinely useful feature you'll need in a...

Bluetooth connectivity makes transfers of photos from your camera phone to the frame dead easy, Images reorient and resize on-the-fly when the frame is rotated vertically or horizontally

SD/MMC-flavoured memory cards only, Pricey

With Bluetooth on-board but few other bells and whistles, the Parrot Photo Frame might be a one-trick pony - but this connectivity option is arguably the one genuinely useful feature you'll need in a digital photo frame.

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