I always think of digital photo frames as cinderella gadgets that don’t get the attention they deserve. I’m a fan, especially when the frame can connect into services like Google Photos meaning there’s no need to copying photos about the place on memory cards. Smartphones are great for taking photos but all too often the photos stay on the phone.
Nixplay, the global market leader in connected photo frames, is introducing its all-new Seed Wave at CES, adding a new dimension in sound and music to its best-selling smart connected photo and video frames. The Wave gives Nixplay users the ability to add music and sound to their photos and videos, so the images don’t just look good, they sound good too.
Building on the best-selling design of the Seed line, Nixplay is adding two new premium 5-watt Bluetooth speakers with a dedicated bass and audio amplifier, to allow Nixplay users to stream music from their Bluetooth-enabled devices by simply pairing a phone, tablet or PC to their Seed Wave. The improved functionality also gives Nixplay users enhanced audio performance to watch their video memories, all on the popular, crisp widescreen frame. So much family fun.
“Nixplay owners can now entertain friends and family by sharing their precious memories paired to their favorite tunes from any room in their home,” said Nixplay CEO, Mark Palfreeman. “We know the mantelpiece is still considered the focal point of the home and the backdrop of our family photos so that’s why we created the Seed Wave to have a sleek, minimalist design that makes it the perfect addition to your mantelpiece.”
With the Nixplay mobile app, users enjoy on-the-go functionality and creativity. The app allows them to easily share photos and videos directly from the app to their Nixplay frame anywhere in the world over Wi-Fi. Note that currently the iOS and Android apps are not equal, and there are some limitations around video.
Other features include
– Dynamic Google Photos connectivity gives users Live Albums on their frame.
– 10GB of secure and free online cloud storage.
– Connects albums from all social platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, Verizon Cloud, and Google Photos.
– Works with Amazon Alexa.