Agfa AF5108PS review
With its striking, gloss-black finish and 800 x 600 LED display, this 10in frame certainly looks the part, but its feature set seems rather basic compared to the Motorola, eschewing WiFi, MP3 and video in favour of basic photo playback.
Getting the frame to display and save your JPEG photos to its 2GB of built-in storage is straightforward. The frame’s fixed foot houses a USB port and two flash memory card slots, while a combination of buttons and a four-way cursor control on the back enable you to tweak frame settings in the icon-based graphical user interface.
When it comes to picture quality, the AgfaPhoto frame is a little disappointing. Your pics are rendered with the requisite detail, but colours – particularly reds – can look washed out.
Tweaking the display settings does help, but sadly this frame simply isn’t a match for the best performers here: the Kodak and the Sony.