The Pocket Album OLED Series includes the "Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8" with a 2.8-inch screen with wrist strap, holding more than 3,000 photos and the "PocketAlbum OLED 1.5," a digital keychain with a 1.5-inch screen holding 120 photos.
Pocket Album OLED's cutting edge OLED technology provides excellent display of images from almost any viewing angle. Both photo viewers let you carry your photo moments with you everywhere you go to view and share on high-quality OLED screens.
Photos can be viewed by scrolling manually or randomly through an automatic photo slideshow with adjustable intervals and multiple transition effects. The Pocket Album OLED Series includes user-friendly Photo Viewer software that makes it easy to convert images of various formats from your computer to the Pocket Album OLED photo viewers.
You can crop and rotate any photos you wish to transfer and then automatically resize the photos for optimal storage and display on the viewers. Pocket Album OLED runs on Lithium-Polymer batteries that are easily recharged with the included AC adapter or with the USB cable by connecting it to your computer.
The Pocket Album OLED 1.5 digital keychain photo viewer features a 1.5-inch (128x 128) Passive Matrix OLED screen with high contrast ratio of 1000:1. With 32MB internal flash memory, Pocket Album OLED 1.5 can hold approximately 120 digital photos. The perfect sentimental gift, you can even preload precious photo moments on the Pocket Album OLED 1.5 to give to friends and family.
Reviewed by 4 customers
Purchased for a 70 yo Grandma to show off images. Great size and quality display. Could be easier to use and load.
Got for wife..... requires too much education on how to use, and some buttons are hard to push. Picture is still little smaller than desired.
The support software that loads the images only runs properly in Admin mode on my PC. I tried running it in regular user mode and it seemed to run fine but failed to download the images into the viewer. At first I thought the viewer was defective, but everything runs fine if I work out of the Admin mode.