The DigiFrame 701 comes in a variety of 5 trendy colours Black, White, Blue, Rose and Green and illumination is by backlit LED technology.
The high quality 16.5 inch TFT LED display landscape and portrait format, resolution 400x240 pixels 16.9 is PC independent and the frame has IR remote control and user friendly menu navigation.
It is suitable for various types of memory cards SD, SDHC, MMC and USB memory stick. The DigiFrame 701 plays images in jpg format and has a slide show mode with transitional styles and variable speeds.
A thumbnail mode shows several images at the same time, plus there are also functions for zoom, rotating photos, adjusting brightness, contrast and saturation.
PC independent Digital Photo Frame, available in a range of 5 fashionable colours Black, White, Blue, Rose and Green
High quality 16.5 cm digital TFT LED screen with LED Backlight technology
Resolution 400 x 240 Pixels 169, luminance 400 cd/m, contrast 4001
Easy to use screen menu in different languages
Different types of memory cards SD, SDHC, MMC and USB memory sticks
Slide show mode with transitional styles and variable speeds
Thumbnail mode showing several images at the same time
Zoom function, rotating photos, adjustable brightness, contrast and saturation
Auto-on function when power on
Landscape and portrait format
Dimensions approx. 205 x 143 x 23 mm
Weight approx. 350 g
Power supply via AC adaptor
Delivery Package DigiFrame 701, remote control, power adaptor, user manual
Says Paul Kench, Kenro's managing director "The Braun DigiFrame 701 is another great looking and well specified digital frame from Braun. Our dealers are reporting great feedback from their customers about the Braun range great style, quality and price point."
SRP is £47.82 including VAT.
For further information call Kenro's head office on 01793 615836, or visit the website below
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