Westinghouse Digital is showing off its new 14.1-inch photo frame. The DPF-1411 allows users to view their digital photos on a screen much larger than traditional photo frames as well as play back videos with support for JPEG, Motion JPEG, and AVI files.
The DPF-1411 screen has a 1280 x 800 resolution and a 16:10 aspect ratio. The frame has a 128MB of built-in internal memory to store pictures and video and is compatible with a variety of different memory cards for additional storage. The frame also uses Westinghouseâ€™s MosaicView technology, which allows users to view several different pictures at once on the same screen.
Other features of the frame include:
â€¢ AVI Motion JPEG Player
â€¢ MosaicViewâ„¢ slideshow technology
â€¢ Auto-play after memory card insertion
â€¢ Color adjustment function
â€¢ Individual slideshow or picture view
â€¢ Wide range of transitional styles and variable picture speeds for slideshows
â€¢ Random picture shuffle
â€¢ Extendable stand for angle adjustment
â€¢ Wall-mountable: 75 x 75 mm hole pattern
â€¢ MSRP of $299
I think the biggest thing to note about this particular photo frame is its size. Fourteen inches is a pretty substantial size for a photo frame. While I really like that Westinghouse has changed it up a bit from the traditional 7-10inch screen sizes, I also canâ€™t think of a place where I would put a 14-inch digital photo frame â€¦ thatâ€™s a pretty big frame.
Another interesting aspect of this frame is the whole MosaicView thing that allows you to check out multiple pictures at once. Thatâ€™s actually a pretty neat idea, a definite welcome change of pace from the traditional fade between pictures.
Do you see a place in your life for a photo frame this large? What about the MosaicView? Would you use that feature or would you stick to mostly full screen pics?