We spent 25 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top selections for this wiki. The way we store photos has changed from albums to hard drives, so the way we view them should evolve, too. These large digital picture frames allow you to view thousands of special and important moments from your life without the need for acres of wall or mantelpiece space. Many are equipped with music, video, and online connectivity, too. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work.
8. Poyank MRQ
The Poyank MRQ is a one-stop device for at-home entertainment. Its full-HD resolution is like having a small theater screen in your living room and it doubles as an e-reader. Unfortunately, it struggles to rotate from landscape to portrait.
- Adjustable slideshow speed
- Slim profile for mounting
- Cannot connect to social media
|4.0 / 5.0|
7. SSA 21.5 Inch
Do that family reunion album justice through the generously-sized SSA 21.5 Inch. Its remote control lets you try fun things, like zoom in on and rotate images, helping you see your pictures in new ways. It also comes with a removable stand.
- Includes a clock function
- Great for retail advertisements
- Can freeze occasionally
|4.1 / 5.0|
6. Nixplay W13B Seed
Whether you like to look at images in portrait or landscape orientation, the Nixplay W13B Seed will adjust and display your photos beautifully either way. It makes creating slideshows simple, so you can group some favorites together.
- Sleek aesthetic
- Pictures are incredibly sharp
- Doesn’t have video capabilities
|4.0 / 5.0|
5. Aluratek IPS
The Aluratek IPS has a user-friendly, highly responsive touch panel on the home page with large squares for your music, photos, alarm clock, and more. It can be synced with social media accounts to display pictures from your feed.
- Connects to wi-fi quickly
- Crisp audio quality
- Auto-sizes pics to fit the screen
|3.8 / 5.0|
4. Pixal Pix-Star
Those watching their energy consumption will like the Pixal Pix-Star, which features an LED backlight that uses little power. It’s Wi-Fi-enabled, and each model has its own dedicated email address, making sending files to it or asking others to, a breeze.
- Can display a weather report
- Includes a convenient remote control
- Syncs with image sources rapidly
|4.3 / 5.0|
3. Nix Advance
The highly sensitive motion sensor on the Nix Advance activates the screen when it detects movement, so with a simple wave, you can start perusing. You can set it to automatically shut off after a certain period of inactivity to save power.
- Quality built-in stereo speakers
- Can shuffle or alphabetize pics
- Looks nice mounted on a wall
|4.9 / 5.0|
2. Micca Neo
With a USB port and SD card reader, the Micca Neo makes it easy to bring your beloved memories to life. It boasts MP3 music-playing capabilities and a headphone jack, so you can display a slideshow complete with songs to friends, or listen privately.
- Well-priced for so many features
- Has a calendar function
- Sturdy kickstand
|4.8 / 5.0|
1. Nixplay Original
There are so many ways to add your precious memories to the Nixplay Original, some of which include the company’s cloud that offers 10 free gigabytes of online storage and its social media integration. You’ll never have an excuse not to upload and view images.
- Communicates with alexa
- Intuitive controls
- Great resolution from any angle
|4.8 / 5.0|