|Rosewill 10.4-Inch LCD Photo Frame RDF-104|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Accessories|
|Written by Emily Ladouceur - Edited by Olin Coles|
|Thursday, 13 December 2007|
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RDF-104 Detailed Features
Now I'm not the most technically savvy person but I'm not a complete dolt either. The fact that there were three slots for media to choose from and six modes of media card support for the Rosewill 10.4" Digital Photo Frame RDF-104 worried me a bit. Which one would I be able to use? Were they all easy and could I use multiples at the same time? As you can see below there is the USB slot, the CF slot, and the MS/XD/MMC/SD slot.
The power switch and input is pretty self explanatory, located on the opposite side from the media slots, the bottom left side. The power switch is the toggle and the input is the DC 12V plug.
All of the menu buttons are located on the top of the unit. The selections are: Menu, left, right, up, down, and OK. There is also an LED to let the user know the frame is powered up.
There are slots in the back of the Rosewill 10.4" Digital Photo Frame RDF-104 that you can see in the below picture where you insert the tongue of the stand. You have your option of standing the frame horizontally or vertically. There are also two slots located on the back (as seen below) for hanging the unit on the wall. Although, your only choice is horizontal viewing.
As you can see above, the speakers are located on the back of the Rosewill 10.4" Digital Photo Frame RDF-104. If you were to hang the frame on the wall you might have a problem hearing any audio file, music or movies as the speakers would be flush with the wall which might muffle the audio.
Once I was finished going through all the accessories and replacing the light wood frame with the dark, I read through the six page manual to see if it was going to be as easy to use as the manufacturer claimed it was. It appeared to be pretty simple. Will it stand up to other frames on the market? We'll see in the next section.