This is the last day to save nearly $100 on Nixplay's Smart 2K Digital Photo Frame

Regular photo frames are so 2010. It'll be 2020 in just a few days, and your photo frame should be able to do more than just display a single photo or collage. The Nixplay 2K Smart Digital Photo Frame is designed to help you keep up with the times by letting you store up to 8GB of photos that you can view one at a time or in Slideshow mode, and it also makes a brilliant gift for a loved one this holiday season. That's why you won't want to miss Nixplay's special holiday offer bringing its price down to $181.99 at Amazon. It's never dropped lower before.

Today's the final day to snag this offer, after which the frame will return to its regular price of $279.99. It'll likely be a while before we see another discount of nearly $100 so don't miss this opportunity if you're interested.


Nixplay 2K Smart Digital Photo Frame

Send photos to this frame wirelessly using the free Nixplay app on your smartphone or tablet. You can email photos to it as well. It's wall-mountable and can even be voice-controlled with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.

Nixplay's Smart Digital Photo Frame makes it easy to add photos so you'll never have to take the frame down and replace the picture inside manually like you would with regular frames. With this device, you can use the free Nixplay app for iOS and Android on your phone or tablet to send photos to it wirelessly. You can even invite friends and family members to share photos to your frame or send your own photos to a friend's frame. If your family member doesn't use apps, they also have the option of emailing photos to the frame.

The frame has support for Google Photos, Dropbox, Facebook, and Instagram so you can always keep it up-to-date with your latest snapshots. It features a 2K IPS display with 4:3 aspect ratio which will automatically adjust to portrait or landscape mode depending on its placement. There's also a motion sensor that can turn it on and off for you. Plus, if you own a device like the Echo Dot, you can even voice-control it using Amazon Alexa to switch to the playlist of photos you'd like to see. It's compatible with Google Assistant as well.

Alex Smith

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