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Aluratek ADPF07SF 7-Inch Hi-Resolution Digital Photo Frame


Price: CDN$ 34.76 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Product Type/`Digital Frame`
  • Screen Size/`7"`
  • Brand Name/`Aluratek`
  • Image Formats/`JPEG`
  • Memory Card Supported/`Secure Digital (SD) Card,Memory Stick,MultiMediaCard (MMC),xD-Picture Card,Memory Stick PRO,Memory Stick Duo,Memory Stick PRO Duo`

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Customers buy this item with Kingston 8 GB Class 4 SDHC Flash Memory Card SD4/8GB CDN$ 7.62

Aluratek ADPF07SF 7-Inch Hi-Resolution Digital Photo Frame + Kingston 8 GB Class 4 SDHC Flash Memory Card SD4/8GB
Price For Both: CDN$ 42.38

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 3.8 x 15.2 cm ; 540 g
  • Shipping Weight: 907 g
  • Item model number: ADPF07SF
  • ASIN: B00180KAX8
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 15 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 1.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,281 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Simon Franklin on Nov. 10 2009
In my experience, Aluratek makes marginal quality product, their warranty seems to be the shortest in the industry, and their warranty/support department is fairly incompetent (and somewhat rude).

My experiences:

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High failure rates. I have purchased several of their products (10+) and about 50% have failed.

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They offer a short warranty. For example - their warranty is only 120 days on picture frames - although I don't see this noted here at Amazon.ca. I had two picture frames fail like clockwork within weeks of the end of the exceedingly short 120 day warranty.

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Incompetent customer service/warranty department. They sent an incorrect part as warranty replacement on two occasions, and then their reps had a very poor attitude about arranging to have the incorrect item shipped back to them. They acted like I was inconveniencing them! It was their error!

Note also that there is no warranty available in Canada - the item must be shipped (at customer expense) to the US.

A few of my warranty replacements have failed quickly as well.

Bottom line - best to avoid Aluratek. Buy a better brand with at least a 1-year warranty - Sony / HP etc...
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Banker on Dec 10 2008
Although this frame has great resolution, it does not have a USB port, so if you want to connect to your computer to download images onto your SD card, you have to have a SD Card Reader. Also, don't look for an SD Card in the unit itself - that has to be bought separately as well, so even though the price is pretty good on this unit, by the time we bought the card reader and card itself, that added almost $60 more to enjoy this item
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kay on Dec 9 2013
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I bought this and had to return it. I put pictures on it and they were all blurry. Even a 7MB picture I put on it was horrible viewing quality. Dont buy this item. I will not even buy from Aluratek again
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96 of 101 people found the following review helpful
Not as Advertised Nov. 19 2009
By Claudia - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I just got this frame and it's nothing like in the picture above, I'm very disappointed.
I'll try to include real pictures in "share your own pictures" section.
Made of plastic, with rounded edges, it looks very cheap, almost like a toy.
The screen resolution is not 800x480 as described in the other review, it's actually 480x234.
I regularly buy stuff from Amazon, and this is the first time that a product was falsely advertised.
109 of 120 people found the following review helpful
Good Resolution, Basic Features, Some Limitations Nov. 4 2008
By H. Fard - Published on Amazon.com
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This frame has a very good screen resolution (800x480) for its price range. Also has very simple controls and operations. If you are looking for a feature-rich frame with sophisticated on screen menu, this frame is not for you, but if you are looking for high resolution frame with basic features at a reasonable price, this frame fits the bill.

While the majority of digital cameras shoot with the aspect ratio of 4:3, this frame as well as almost all other frames are wide-screen, with the aspect ratio of 5:3. I don't understand why there should be some conflicting standards for two items that go hand in hand, it reminds me of the packaging buns and hot dogs. In any case, this frame shows the pictures in landscape only. If you want your landscape pictures to be shown in full with no white space around them, you have to manually crop them to give them a 5:3 aspect ratio before you put them on the memory card. Otherwise, you have to use the frame's Mode button to use either of its three display modes (Full, Auto-fit, Pan-scan). The Full mode will stretch the picture to fit the width of the screen, thus to some degree distorts the image. Auto-fit shows the whole picture, therefore showing a 4:3 picture on a 5:3 screen will leave white space (actually black space) on both sides. Pan-scan, which is the default mode, matches the width of the image with the width of the frame, thus to show a 4:3 picture, the fame crops from the top and bottom of the image to bring it to 5:3 aspect ratio, so the crop is done automatically, but not at your discretion.

It has auto slide-show with nice random transitions to show pictures at three preset speeds. The default is fast (6 seconds on each picture). By pressing the Time button on the back of the frame, you can switch to medium (15 seconds), or slow (30 seconds). For the slide-show, if you want the pictures to be shown in a specific order, there is no control for that. To achieve that, you have to copy the pictures to the memory card one by one in the order you want them to be shown, because the frame shows the pictures based on the copy date/time stamp.

The frame can only show pictures in JPEG format, but for many that shouldn't be a problem, as this is the most popular format. However, you need to know something that I learned the hard way. I had many JPEG pictures that this frame could not show. These are normal JPEG images that can be shown by all browsers and graphic program in the computer, yet the frame could not show them. I played with their resolution and other properties, to no avail. Finally, it turns out that if an image has been saved by a photo editing software (I use PhotoImpact), although it is saved in JPEG, the frame cannot show it. The frame can only show the images that come directly from a digital camera, or saved by Microsoft Paint program. So when I called the images the frame could not show into Windows Paint program and saved them with Paint, they could be shown in the frame. I contacted Aluratek's technical support, but they responded that they do not have any solution for this problem yet.

Another thing that I learned by experience is the that Off button (holding the Play/Pause button for 3 seconds) turns off the screen, but does not reset the circuits. In few cases the frame showed a distorted image. I turned the frame off using this button, to no avail. When I unplugged the frame and plugged it back in, everything turned out OK.

Another behavior about this frame which I do not like is that when you turn it off (unplug it) it looses all its setups and when you turn it back on, everything goes back to the default. For example, if you change the transition speed to medium (15 seconds) or slow (30 seconds), when you turn it off and on, it is back to fast (6 seconds).

Overall, in my view if you can live with a few small flaws, it is a good frame with very good resolution at a reasonable price.
32 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Actual viewing area NOT 7". Jan. 21 2010
By C. Goebel - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I was disappointed at the size of this frame. The ENTIRE frame is 7", while the screen is only about 5". It cuts the tops of the heads off of most of my photos. Clear picture, and very easy to use, but screen is too small.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Just fine Nov. 30 2009
By kc - Published on Amazon.com
This product is just fine. No, it doenst look like the photo, and it is black, but it most certainly doesnt look like a toy. I could really careless about ratios and resolutions, the pictures on my memory card look good on this frame. I got this for my mother in law for Christmas and I'm sure she will love it. I would recommend this picture frame to anyone who isnt super picky and has to have high end everything. You cant ask for more when you only spend $38.00!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
check out the digital frame in person first May 21 2010
By AY - Published on Amazon.com
I have been shopping for a decent digital photo frame for a while now, and I have notice MOST of the low end digital frame will advertise high resolution, which usually sounds like it should show picture similar to what we see in the monitor. Just clear picture. However the problem is probably not the TFT screen itself, it is the display controller, most of these low end frame will have a controller that will interlace the picture (see here [...]

So it is not exactly false advertising.

I have seen some even list the resolution of the screen such as (480 x 234) and in person the screen still looks bad. Such as the COBY DP700, it is listed as
480 x 234, but when I see it in person, it has that interlace problem. This ALURATEK APDF07SF 7" DIGITAL PICTURE FRAME also have the same issue, but it is not quite as bad as some of the other one I have seen. If you are willing to pay $20 extra and get the ALURATEK ADMPF108F, it looks exactly like how it looks on the computer monitor. So make sure you check out the digital picture frame in person.

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