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Product description

Backstage functionality of cloud neutral photo frame software
1. A smart cloud photo frame that can be controlled in both directions;
2. The cloud platform has passed the European GDPR and North American CCPA certification, protecting user privacy;
3. The two-step operation of deleting photos on the photo frame is completed;
4. The APP interacts with the photo frame and all system setting options (such as volume, display, language, time) Area, slide mode, sleep mode, storage, initialization), all can be set through the APP;
5. The APP can clearly display the number of pictures and videos on the digital photo frame and delete, fill and hide them And so on
6. The images and videos on the APP side can be loaded at the same time;
7. Presentation mode, with four switching effects: smooth, windmill, zoom and rotate;
8. APP end, sharing management function, can be shared to watch, upload, delete, hide four different four authorization;
9. The APP terminal can manually stop and turn on the screen;
10. Support mobile APP, TF card, email to upload photos and videos;
11. Support clock and calendar (only display date);

Parameters: Screen: 10.1 inch HD 1200 * 1920 IPS full viewing angle high definition display
Sensor: weight sensor support, touch screen control
Memory: 16GB built-in storage space, up to 10,000 high-definition images can be stored at the same time. (Support SD card expansion, maximum support 128GB SD card)
Dimensions: 320 * 222 mm
Weight: 445 g
Wireless: Support 2.4Ghz WIFI
Support functions: video playback, auto playback of image slide shows, clock, calendar display.
Featured Function: You can upload and manage album photos and videos remotely via WIFI network and mobile phone APP Share wonderful moments with your family anytime, anywhere.
There is no battery inside and it must be started by connecting a 5V 2A power adapter.
Supports image form

WiFi Digital Picture Frame 10 Inch IPS Touch Screen HD Display,

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