AG Neovo V-10 Review
The image quality of the V-10 is good, and it offers an excellent viewing angle – close to 180-degree visibility. The V10 is also the only frame on test to incorporate a battery. However, AG Neovo’s frame is made of black plastic that scratches rather too easily, and a navigation system that places the buttons on the front does rather spoil the look. True, they are touch sensitive, blending in to the frame and only lighting up when you touch one, but they are noticeable nonetheless.
This might be forgivable if the interface was easy to navigate, but it’s complicated and confusing. To make the experience more frustrating, the frame beeps every time you touch a button.
Transfer of images is via USB connection or memory cards (SD, MMC, MS, CF, and MD). USB transfer of 10 images took 55 seconds.
Before you send the images to the frame it’s worth setting the dimensions in iPhoto because this is a widescreen display and most likely your photographs will not match the dimensions, giving you a choice of black borders or fat faces as the frame tries to compensate.