Samsung SPF-85V Digital Photo FrameFeb 18th, 2009 | By Simon
The SPF-85V appears to be very sleek in design with an 8″ LCD panel with a 1.25″ bezel around. The screen itself is 6-7/16″ by 4-3/4″. The entire picture frame is 1.75″ thick before installation of the stand. With the bezel, the photo frame is 9″ by 7-5/16″.
If you take a closer look, there is a slight design to the bezel. The back of the picture frame isn’t bland either. We have splashes of what looks like flowers or round edged snowflakes.
The ball socket in the middle is where you would install the stand, a relatively simple process that we’ll go over in the installation & setup page. On the left side of the picture, you’ll see the power connector jack and security lock.
On the inside bottom we have the product sticker. My digital picture frame was manufactured in October 2008. It takes a 12V supply and draws 2A putting our power draw at the 25W level. When we get to testing, we’ll take a look at the actual power draw.
The connections for the digital photo frame are tucked behind the bezel, but that doesn’t mean it will be out of sight. On this one side we have a USB A and USB B connection and a memory card insert slot. The specifications claim compact flash media can be read with the picture frame, but that is incorrect.
Towards the bottom right we have the power on and off button. Due to the overall look and texture of the picture frame, it took me a few minutes to find the button.
At the bottom left of the frame, we have the ear jack plug.