The digital picture frames, however, never became a huge commercial success.
There were some issues with the first generation of the product, that prevented it from becoming a hit.
Most common frame display sizes are 7″, 8″, 10″, 12″ and 15″, but some manufacturers make beautiful large scale frames often hitting 25″ and even 35″.
Once you’ve decided on the size, you need to make sure the screen resolution of the frame is up to par.
You can can set up a frame to only show one picture all the time, similar to an ordinary picture frame, or, more common, to run many pictures in a slideshow.
Finally, we’ll answer the most frequently asked questions about the digital frames.
They quickly gained popularity, especially as a gift for parents or grandparents.
Many young couples would give their parents a digital frame and then would regularly upload new pictures of a baby – this way the grandparents get to see their grandchildren grow even if they live hundreds or thousands miles away.
From tiny 2″ keychain frames to 35″ monsters, there’s no shortage of options when it comes to the frame’s screen size.
Larger-sized products are usually hung on the walls, while smaller 7-15 inch frames usually look best on a shelve or even on a kitchen table.