Samsung SPF-85V Digital Photo FrameFeb 18th, 2009 | By Simon
The physical setup for the SPF-85V is incredible simple. The stand is pushed into the rubber ball socket which gives you lots of freedom in terms of standing up the picture frame. To wall mount the picture frame, you’ll need to purchase an additional wall mounting accessory kit.
In the last photo above, you can see the design imprint I was referring to two pages ago. It’s pretty simple and unobtrusive but at the same time it doesn’t make the picture frame boring in appearance.
To load pictures onto the picture frame, you can either take advantage of the wireless connection or go with flash media or a SB connection.
Of course, the picture frame won’t work without power. The power pack needs to be assembled and plugged into back.
Depending on what your need is, you can also plug in a pair of headphones.
Powering up the unit, we go through a simple Samsung splash screen and dive right into the setup page.
The options are pretty obvious: we can view photos, play some music, watch a movie, set the clock and alarm or view the settings page. You’ll notice that the digital bezel does not cover up my USB flash drive. This is a very common problem with digital photo frames, the only way it could be solved is if they built an L-bracket such that the USB drive is plugged in and hidden behind the bezel.
You may be wondering how you navigate through the configuration page and the answer is hidden in the bezel. If you brush your hand across the bezel on the right, the panel will light up and a light touch will activate the key.