Nixplay Smart Digital Electronic Picture Frame

Last updated: November 3, 2023

If you're searching for a unique Christmas gift for your parents, grandparents or extended family members, this electronic picture frame is an excellent choice. Photos and videos can be uploaded quickly using an app or by email. The frame is also compatible with Alexa, Facebook, Verizon Cloud and Dropbox.

Nixplay Smart Digital Electronic Picture Frame

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: You'll find both portrait and landscape placement are available with this electronic picture frame.

In our analysis of 48 expert reviews, the Nixplay Smart Digital Electronic Picture Frame placed 7th when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The 10.1 inch smart photo frame from Nixplay. Fix it to the wall or stand it on your mantelpiece to display your photos – and with 8GB of storage, the possibilities are endless. Share your moments with smart photo storage and make the most of your most treasured memories. Share photos and videos from your phone or by email to the Nixplay smart frame, wherever it is; a great gift for new parents, grandparents, newlyweds, college kids or families separated by distance. Share photos and video privately, safely: share images to your loved ones’ Frames and invite others to share pictures to your digital photo frame; send unique photos or playlists to separate frames and grow your private family sharing network manage the wifi frame

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Motin detector turns photo frame on. Upload photos and video from its companion app. Wall mountable. Stylish frame. Simple setup.
We love the Nixplay Smart Photo Frame’s high-resolution 9.7-inch screen and its ability to grab photos from many Web-based services, such as Instagram and Facebook.
Lets you manage all your photos and multiple frames from a single account. Upload photos from your computer or mobile device or access photos from Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox and Flickr or Google Photos. You can create specific photo playlists for each frame, or connect iOS or Android mobile apps with the frame. You can also email images directly and give friends and family access.
Along with the frame itself, you also get a nifty remote control. It has a full array of controls, which allow you to turn the frame on or off, skip photos, or choose a playlist. You can also access the frame’s menu to adjust more advanced options. If you don’t want to use the remote on a daily basis, there’s a handy storage option.
The best part, though, is that it’s very easy for other friends and family to upload photos to your Nixplay frames; all they have to do is create their own Nixplay account, send a friend request to your admin account for a given Nixplay frame, and start uploading pics. Pulling in photos from social media is also a breeze.

What reviewers didn't like

The 2K-resolution version is particularly pricey.
Some of its features aren’t the easiest to access.
No USB or SD slots. No holes for hanging on the wall, initial setup was frustrating.
A bit pricey.
It might be problematic for those who don’t have a lot of tech know-how. If you’re getting the Nixplay with an older relative or tech minimalist in mind, I recommend doing the setup and photo uploads before handing the frame off to its new owner.
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