26 December 2009 @ 12:15 am
GACKT 2010 Digital Photo Frame  
The full specs are here This post is for the extra details since I now possess it. There are three small postcards that you get with the package.

-The frame itself comes loaded with 16 images which seem quite big. I'm not sure if I can transfer/copy them to a computer yet for your own self You can copy the images to your computer! I guess I will share those later. It says you can copy the files on the memory card and/or USB memory TO the frame, but not the other way around. You can erase the contents of the internal memory in the frame but not the files on the memory card and/or USB memory.

WARNING: You CANNOT open the files of the SD card on your computer. If you do, your computer will freeze! So don't open it! *finished reading the back of the contents guide*

It's quite confusing actually. Just...don't delete what came with the frame! Keep it simple.

Also, the current memory in the frame is 102 MB after the pictures have been placed into the internal memory. The 3D panorama slideshows (8 in all) are on the SD card. The memory on the SD card currently is 636.2 MB. Not that much. Hmmm...I can always just buy another SD card too!

-You can change the language! Ironically, the initial controls (selecting 'photos', 'video' etc) are in English, but the settings area is in Japanese. It also comes with a remote control and a cloth to clean the screen. There is a cord to connect the frame to the computer. The manual says that you should properly eject the frame from the computer, since it will show up just like a regular external hardware device.

Available languages:
English
Japanese
German
French
Spanish
Portugal
Italian
Dutch

-When connecting the frame to the computer, you cannot use the remote control. The frame comes up at 'NO NAME' but I think if you rename the frame, you may reformat it. I haven't tried, but I don't wanna find out the hard way! The drive with the 3D images should not be opened, as stated earlier. It seems you can't do anything to the frame while it is plugged into the computer. The manual says you can, but I'm still new to it.

At the moment, I'm a bit tired and running on empty. >.>; If anyone has any questions, then feel free to leave them as comments! I think this overview is lacking, but that may be entirely due to my tiredness.
 
 
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