Philips 7FFIM4 Photo Frame

Philips Photo Frame 1

Gizmodo guys love it when they open their boxes of brand new gizmos, it’s actually what they live for. So when they opened their box of a Philips 7FFIM4 Photo Frame, they were gushing with glee at the prospect of trying out yet another gadget. They’ve done it a thousand times, but every time they do it they still jump with joy.

And so it was that when they held the Philips photo frame in their hands, they were all praises for the little thing. It’s pretty! It’s bright! The screen is gorgeous! And something like “this shit looks good.”

Of course the Philips photo frame had a few drawbacks: some pics in portrait mode didn’t rotate properly and there were some glitch about the way the slideshow went.

Philips Photo Frame 2

But no matter, the Gizmodo guys are keeping their Philips photo frame. Hey, it could last 45 minutes on battery power alone, so you can unplug it, and pass it around to friends and family without it dropping dead. There’s even a timer that’ll shut the LCD off at certain times of day, so you’re not wasting juice. And it’s quite energy-efficient too requiring only 12 watts to run the pretty thing.


Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.