Monday, May 11, 2009
Posted by Jason Dunn in "Digital Home Hardware & Accessories" @ 04:30 PM
"JOBO AG announces the addition of an affordable new ultra-thin and very stylish digital picture frame to the growing JOBO family of digital picture frames.The new .35-inch thick JOBO NANO 7 is the first in a series of three new NANO digital picture frames to be introduced this year. The JOBO NANO 7 digital picture frame will be available in three different versions - Basic, Pro and Media. The new NANO 7 is less than half an inch thick and features a 7" high resolution TFT-Color-LCD display designed to beautifully showcase digital images and many user friendly functions. This ultra-slim frame can be conveniently operated with its versatile remote control."
You wouldn't want a frame with all those buttons on it, would you? No, of course not - which is why the buttons vanish when you stop interacting with them. Slick! I like the fact that the frames are quite thin. I'm less convinced by the 16:10 aspect ratio - unless you want a video frame, why would you want to have your 4:3 images zoomed/cropped to 16:10? This seems like a real miss to me with this product...