There are rarely any real differentiating features when it comes to digital picture frames, other than cost and screen quality. Sony looks to change that perception with the DPP-F700, which can print 4x6 photos using “one touch printing” alongside TruFast technology for its 300x300 dpi end result.
As for the other usual features, this 7-inch frame has 1GB of memory, time/date display, and support for Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, SD card, SDH Card, CF Card, and xD-Picture Card. The Sony DPP-F700 should be out sometime in November for about $290.
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It turns out that digital photo frames are more susceptible than ever to viruses. If you bought or received a Mercury 1.5-inch keychain from Walmart or other retail stores, you could be at risk. Amazon emailed a warning to owners about Samsung’s SPF-85H 8-inch frame which was infected as well on its installation disc. Last year, the trojan Mocmex was found in some items from retailers like Best Buy, Costco and Target. If you are worried that you may have one, contact the store your frame came from or the manufacturer.
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