Top Digital Picture Frames by Consumer Reviewers

Digital photo frames offer an ideal way to display your precious memories. But with so many digital photo frame sizes and options available, it can sometimes be confusing to know how to get the most for your money. Here at IntelliReview, we make it easier by compiling a list of the top digital picture frames from various websites. We rank the products by looking at the total amount of positive and negative reviews. Thanks to our unique formula, you get a serious look of only the very best photo frames. From small and wooden 7" or 8" digital frames to more sleek-looking 10" or larger digital photo frames, we have a selection of only the top models. We also provide you with an overview of each product on the list. Whether you want a digital photo frame for yourself or if you are purchasing one as a gift, you want to make sure that you get a high quality product at a reasonable price. This is where IntelliReview can help. By harnessing the power of multiple review websites, we guarantee that you'll find the best digital picture frames without the hassle.

Ranking Updated: August 2016
TIPS
  1. Digital photo frames should have a resolution of 640 X 480 upwards. Anything lower will result in your pictures looking blocky and pixelated. The majority of models come in standard aspect ratios, so if you have pictures that are in widescreen format, it may be better to crop them into the proper aspect ratio before viewing them.
  2. As much as possible, get digital frames that have dual power sources.
  3. Consider models that offer a wide range of input sources, such as USB, memory cards, and onboard memory. Digital frames that can connect to the Internet to get pictures are available as well, but will command a premium price.
  4. Video and music support are becoming increasingly available on higher-end digital frames, like a few Sony models.
  • ADPF08SF Digital Photo Frame (8\

    ADPF08SF Digital Photo Frame (8" LCD Digital Frame - 800 x 600 - JPEG)

    530 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Very popular
    Amazon.com  Price: $34.99  See It

    Pros: Easy to use, Inexpensive, Bright display, Good picture quality
    Cons: Inability to shuffle photos and play videos and music, No built-in memory, Not wall-mountable

    Review: Although its lack of an onboard memory and inability to play videos and music turns down its functionality a notch, you will still find plenty to like about the Aluratek SF series of digital photo frames. You can choose from 8-inch or 7-inch models, with each having a TFT LCD display with 800 x 600 resolution and 480 x 234 resolution, respectively. Picture quality is good and the display is bright and clear. A clock and calendar function is integrated into the 8-inch frame while the 7-inch features an Auto-slideshow. There is no built-in memory in the Aluratek 8-inch, but considering the ease of connecting your thumb drive to the frame's USB 2.0 port or your memory card to its SD/ SDHC card slot, as well as the price of memory cards these days, this isn't a big issue. The main drawback of the Aluratek 8-inch, however, is that it is incapable of playing videos or music which most digital photo frames can do. Also, it cannot shuffle photos so it only displays them in order of how they are placed on your memory card or flash drive. Featuring a high quality black frame, the SF can easily match any home decor. It is not wall-mountable but it comes with a stand that allows it to sit nicely on top of your desk and a power adapter for continuous operation. When not in use, you can easily turn it off using the power button at the back of the unit. There is also a menu button placed near the power button for easy navigation. The 8-inch frame measures 8.5" x 1" x 7" and weighs 1.1 lbs while the 7-inch version has overall dimensions of 8" x 0.875" x 5.375" (L x W x H) and total weight of 0.8 lbs. Both are backed by a 120-day limited warranty as well as a lifetime toll-free tech support and is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and Mac OS 10.4 or later. While it is true that the Aluratek SF is pretty basic and less functional, it still serves the main purpose of having a digital photo frame, which is to keep special moments alive. It displays high quality photos in your room or office and it is easy enough for anyone to use. Best of all, it lets you enjoy all these conveniences at a wallet-friendly price.

  • Digital Frame (10\

    Digital Frame (10" Digital Frame)

    26 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Very popular
    Amazon.com  Price: $78.95  See It
  • Digital Frame (10.1\
  • ADMPF108F Digital Photo Frame (Photo Viewer, Audio Player, Video Player - 8\
  • ADPF07SF Black 7\

    ADPF07SF Black 7" LCD Digital Photo Frame (800x600)

    136 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Most popular
    Amazon.com  Price: $33.81  See It

    Pros: Easy to use, Inexpensive, Bright display, Good picture quality
    Cons: Inability to shuffle photos and play videos and music, No built-in memory, Not wall-mountable

    Review: Although its lack of an onboard memory and inability to play videos and music turns down its functionality a notch, you will still find plenty to like about the Aluratek SF series of digital photo frames. You can choose from 8-inch or 7-inch models, with each having a TFT LCD display with 800 x 600 resolution and 480 x 234 resolution, respectively. Picture quality is good and the display is bright and clear. A clock and calendar function is integrated into the 8-inch frame while the 7-inch features an Auto-slideshow. There is no built-in memory in the Aluratek 8-inch, but considering the ease of connecting your thumb drive to the frame's USB 2.0 port or your memory card to its SD/ SDHC card slot, as well as the price of memory cards these days, this isn't a big issue. The main drawback of the Aluratek 8-inch, however, is that it is incapable of playing videos or music which most digital photo frames can do. Also, it cannot shuffle photos so it only displays them in order of how they are placed on your memory card or flash drive. Featuring a high quality black frame, the SF can easily match any home decor. It is not wall-mountable but it comes with a stand that allows it to sit nicely on top of your desk and a power adapter for continuous operation. When not in use, you can easily turn it off using the power button at the back of the unit. There is also a menu button placed near the power button for easy navigation. The 8-inch frame measures 8.5" x 1" x 7" and weighs 1.1 lbs while the 7-inch version has overall dimensions of 8" x 0.875" x 5.375" (L x W x H) and total weight of 0.8 lbs. Both are backed by a 120-day limited warranty as well as a lifetime toll-free tech support and is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and Mac OS 10.4 or later. While it is true that the Aluratek SF is pretty basic and less functional, it still serves the main purpose of having a digital photo frame, which is to keep special moments alive. It displays high quality photos in your room or office and it is easy enough for anyone to use. Best of all, it lets you enjoy all these conveniences at a wallet-friendly price.

  • Digital Frame (14\

    Pros: Good resolution, Expandable storage capacity, Includes a remote control
    Cons: Limited viewing angles, Glossy screen, Could use a better stand

    Review: In times when you want to go to a trip down memory lane, a digital photo frame like the 14" Aluratek is nice to have. Photos from your wedding day or your son's first soccer game are displayed in its 14” TFT true color LCD with 1366 x 768 resolution. Its 512MB internal memory can hold hundreds of photos, music or videos and an SD/SDHC card slot is present for increased storage space. The frame recognizes different picture, video and audio formats and there are built-in speakers which allow video and audio playback. All it takes to get started is to insert a memory card to the frame's SD/SDHC slot or connect the frame to your computer via USB 2.0. It can be used on Macs or PCs running Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7 or Mac OS 10.4 or later. You can even add background music to your slideshows or use the frame as a clock and calendar in your office or living room. With the remote control and easy-to-follow instructions, you'll experience no difficulties when setting up the frame nor when operating it. A power button saves energy and a 120-day limited warranty and lifetime toll free tech support also comes with the purchase. The high quality black frame of the 14" Aluratek is bright and clear but given its glossy finish, you would notice some glare and it may attract fingerprints. Viewing angles are also not that good when you're not sitting directly to the frame. The stand is oddly shaped, almost wave-like. It makes the frame look more cool and modern but it also feels like the frame is in constant danger of being knocked over. For almost half the price of similarly-sized digital frames, however, the Aluratek 14" LCD Digital Frame would be hard to pass up. It is best for value-minded individuals who don't want to stick to the traditional and those who'd simply like to view digital content like photos and videos or listen to music directly from their frame.

  • ADMPF512F Digital Frame (12\
  • Digital Frame (15\

    Digital Frame (15" Digital Frame - 1024 x 768 - Built-in 2 GB)

    69 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Most popular
    Amazon.com  Price: See Site  See It
  • Digital Frame (7\
  • 18.5IN DIGITAL PHOTO FRAME 4GB BUILT-IN MEMORY & WITH REMOTE

    18.5IN DIGITAL PHOTO FRAME 4GB BUILT-IN MEMORY & WITH REMOTE

    42 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Very passionate
    Popularity : Most popular
    Amazon.com  Price: See Site  See It