- 7.0″ WVGA Clear Photo LCD (800 x 480) (16:10)
- 2GB Internal Memory Stores Up to 4,000 Pictures
- Full HD Video and Music Playback
- Compatible with SD & Memory Stick (SD) memory cards
- Auto-Orientation Sensor
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 191 x 132.4 x 97.4mm
- Weight: 370g
Setting up the Sony S-Frame DPF-HD700 is pretty straight forward. I just copied the photos to my SD card and place it inside the DPF-HD700 and I imported the photos to the internal 2GB memory so as not to waste 1 SD card on it.
You can also transfer the photos via USB or Mini USB as the DPF-HD700 supports them. When you plugged it to a Windows machine, it will be shown as a removal drive and you can transfer your photos and videos to it like a normal USB flash drive.
I placed the photo frame near my bed side (duh!) and it is pretty far away from my computer and hence having to remove the AC adapter whenever I want to transfer photos to the DPF-HD700 from my computer is cumbersome.
Hence my only complaint is that the DPF-HD700 has to be plugged into an AC outlet in order for file transfer to take place. I wish it will make use of the USB power to at least allow file transfer.
For some reasons, it can’t be detected as a removal drive on my MacBook Air when I first tried it, I think I will try again tonight and update this blog post of the result.