7" Arianet Digital Picture Frame£31.61 inc vat and del @ Aris - HotUKDeals
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Full Product Specifications

* Screen Size 7" (17.78cm)
* Aspect Ratio 16 : 9 / 4 : 3 / Original full screen ratio
* Resolution 480 x 3(RGB) x 234
* Response Time 30ms
* Brightness 250cd/m2
* Contrast Ratio 300 : 1
* Viewing Angle 120 degree (H) / 100 degree (V)
* Color Display 256 Colours
* Normal OSD Button based
* Kensington Lock Yes
* Total Power 12V DC, 1.25A
* Voltage Range 100 - 240V
* Compatibility SD, MMC. MS, XD cards up to 4GB
* Monitor Type Analog Display
* Max Resolution 480 x 3(RGB) x 234
* Power 100 - 240V, 50 / 60Hz, 0.5A
* Consumption 8 Watt maximum
* Display Screen Analog TFT
* PC Connection NIL
* Power Source AC power adapter
* File Format JPEG
* Certification CE, & RoHS
* OSDControl NIL
* Frame material Acrylic
* Photo image functions Zoom, and Looping functions
* Screen functions 16:9 and 4:3 sizing
* Panel Orientation Portrait and Landscape with automatic position detection
* Memory cards SD, MMC, MS, and XD cards up to 4GB
* USB interface USB 2.0 Host
* Accessories AC DC power adapter, Removable stand
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PLUS: Delivery Costs (The prices here are only an estimate!) Delivery Costs:
The delivery cost for your order depends on the weight of the order, as well as the delivery destination. Shipping £ 6.95

Should be included / added in the price
£31.61 inc vat and del
It's cheap but it is also low resolution.
You get 480x234 = 112,320 pixels resolution.
The Sony 7" frame is £80 from Amazon but you get 800x480 = 384,000 pixels resolution.
I would expect the Aria frame's pictures to look a bit on the fuzzy side at that resolution.
Good for the money, but worth spending a bit more if you can afford it.

Note - both Sony and Aria frames claim 3x the resolution by counting RGB pixels separately.

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