Nixplay vs Skylight frame – Which one is the best ?

If you own a quality camera, you might want to get a digital picture frame that displays high-definition images with sharpness and clarity. But which one is the best? Nixplay vs Skylight Frame? However, if you only use a smartphone camera, a low-resolution frame might be just fine. For features in Nixplay’s vs Skylight’s frames, check out this comparison.

Nixplay 10.1 inch Smart Digital Photo Frame

Nixplay’s new Smart Frame has a 10.1 -inch screen with 1280 x 800 resolution and 16:10 aspect ratio technology to make your photos pop with color and detail. You can watch multiple photos and videos as part of a playlist, set up timed slideshows, and use different transitions in either portrait or landscape orientation.

Nixplay 10.1 inch Smart Digital Photo Frame

One nice feature is that it’s free-standing! It’s also built to sit on a desk or mantle and has back coverings so it can be mounted easily. There’s even a way to detach the cord near the lights so you can manually slide them out of the way.

Frame’s mobile app lets you control and connects your frame from anywhere. This is especially useful for elderly or non-technical family members. There are no physical inputs on the frame, like SD cards or USB sticks, but it does have 8GB of onboard memory for direct storage of photos and video.


Compatible Devices:iPhone, smartphone
Resolution:1280 x 800
Dimensions(inches):10.55 x 7.36 x 1.22
Touch screen:No
Wi-Fi: Yes
Motion sensor:Yes
Remote: Yes
Built-in storage:8GB (cloud)
Music player: Yes
Video: Yes
USB/SD slots: No/No
Cloud Services: Instagram, Facebook, Dropbox, Flickr, Google Photos

Pros and Cons of Nixplay 10.1 inch Smart Digital Photo Frame

  • Alexa integration.
  • Built-in wall mounting
  • access of good online/social media images via apps.
  • Magnetic remote attachment.
  • No SD slots or USB.
  • subscription required for all features.

Skylight Frame: 10 inch WiFi Digital Picture Frame

The Skylight 10″ Digital Photo Frame is so easy to set up and use, that you will be ready to display your photos in just a minute. It has a plug-in, and Wi-Fi capabilities and comes with easy download instructions. It has 8GB of memory, and it should be able to store about 8,000 photos. However, as long as you don’t overfill the memory card with too many pictures you may be able to store up to 30,000 images on the card. Read More

Skylight Frame: 10 inch WiFi Digital Picture Frame


Item Dimensions (LxWxH): 10.7 x 7.4 x 0.9 inches
Color:Black Frame
Screen Size:10 Inches
Resolution:1280 x 800
Wi-Fi: Yes
Touch screen: No
Built-in storage: 8GB
Motion sensor: Yes
Music player: Yes

Pros and Cons of Skylight Frame

  • 10-inch screen with a sharp display.
  • Very competitively priced.
  • Wall-mountable.
  • Multiple connectivity options.
  • No portrait mode.
  • No touchscreen

Nixplay vs Skylight frame alternative:

Dragon Touch Digital Picture Frame

The Dragon Touch 10.1” frame comes with a 16:10 widescreen touch screen that lets you see everything from static images to slideshows and video clips without the need for additional hardware. It’s also got a headphone jack so you can listen to your favorite tunes while visiting your online content-filled timeline. There are multiple ways to input images onto the frame, including an USB thumb drive, SD card, and Wi-Fi uploading.

The image quality on the Dragon Touch is amazing. It has bright detail, and vivid colors, and is clear without distortion or blurriness. Plus, it’s backed by a great suite of software that includes a video with sound, an alarm clock, a calendar & local weather.

Dragon Touch Digital Picture Frame
Dragon Touch Digital Picture Frame


Dimensions (LxWxH):11.4 x 8.2 x 1.5 inches
Color:Choco brown
Resolution:1280 x 800
Screen Size: 10.1 Inches
Touch screen: Yes
Wi-Fi: Yes
Built-in storage: 16GB
Motion sensor: No
Remote: No
Music player: Yes
Video: Yes
USB/SD slots: Yes/Yes
Cloud Services: No

Pros and Cons of Dragon Touch Digital Picture Frame

  • The home screen has weather and an alarm function with the date and time.
  • You can add photos and videos to the frame in multiple ways.
  • Has a headphone jack.
  • Plenty of built-in storage.
  • No motion sensor
  • No remote
  • No cloud service
  • Frame case damages easily

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