DIVOOM Digital Picture Frame

DIVOOM Digital Picture Frame (DIVOOM) Pixel Art Review!

I think a picture frame would be a great accessory to effectively change the atmosphere in the house.

Changing the overall look of the room costs a lot of money, but turning it into a single point prop is one of the simplest things.

In order to change the atmosphere of the room, I think I searched for products with a retro sensibility because the digital picture frame that is the same as others looked unfortunately.

​ The DIVOOM I used this time can enjoy the hip feel by using pixels, and functionally, it went through the previous generations and came out to the 3rd generation, so I was curious about the feeling of use.

When I received the item, I think there was a lot of curiosity and anticipation as it was the first interior frame I had ever used.

I found it attractive to be able to use the pictures drawn on the top of the package in various patterns on one device.

Divom digital frame unboxing

As you can see from the Pixoo 64 in the upper right corner, it is made up of 64 pixels in width and length, so it is interesting to see photos and GIFs with a retro sensibility.

The ingredients were simple. With the device, there was a USB-C type wired cable, instructions, and a protective film.

Visually, the size of the device is similar to the size of a small cushion. It might be a good idea to check whether it is suitable for the space you want to use by placing it at 26.2 x 26.2 (cm).

The thickness is 1.8cm, which is rather thin, so I like it more than I thought.

Looking at the device, the overall finish also looks more luxurious than general digital picture frames, making it attractive. 🙂

Looking at the back of the device, there are two main ways to use DIVOOM.

You can see the VESA hole on the back side, and I was able to use it as a wall hanging on the wall when arranging the picture frame.

It can be seen that there is a separate cable holder as it is used as a ‘wired’ cable charging instead of a ‘wireless’ around the VESA hole.

It was nice to be able to use it neatly to match the surroundings when using it.

It can also be used as a ‘stand’ method of about 10 cm.

Since it can give a different feel depending on how you place it, you might want to think about how you’re going to use it.

In addition, I was able to see a 4GB micro SD card and a USB-C type port.

You can save and use photos or GIFs independently so that you can use them anywhere in the space, but it seems to have a larger capacity than the previous 512Mb, so it seems convenient to save more and use it.

How to use D-boom digital picture frame

How to use the Dboom digital picture frame was simple.

First of all, it can be used interchangeably with any smartphone device.

You can try using it in conjunction with Pixel Art by installing Divoom: Pixel art community from Apple’s App Store or Android’s Google Play Store.
It is attractive that various users all over the world can download and use D.I.Y. art according to the frame of the D.I.Y.

​ Being able to use a standalone art platform is enough to give you satisfaction.

​ It was nice to be able to use Wifi more stably than Bluetooth and to be able to operate it easily with a smartphone.

Device connection is done by [Add Device] on My Page, and you can try using it by connecting to your space via Wifi.

I was hesitant about the connection, but it was not possible to connect at 5.0Ghz, but it was possible to connect at 2.4Ghz.

I think it would be good to check if your Wi-Fi router is dual-band to connect without any errors and then proceed with the connection.

The Dboom digital frame, which can be easily connected and used, seems to be highly useful.

As I explained earlier, it was convenient and nice to be able to use D.I.Y’s pixel art shared by other users, so it was convenient and good to be able to download and try the pictures that fit the space.

​ Depending on the situation, I could easily download it and try it out, but I think it’s better than I thought to be able to add a retro sensibility compared to general paintings.

I was able to see the pictures on the screen with clearer picture quality and brightness compared to the previous 1st and 2nd generations, and I thought I could use it as a device to express myself without any burden.

If you use the app, I think it could be more fun to try. You can create a creative space image by loading the albums in your smartphone and transforming it realistically in a pixel format.

​ I’m not good at drawing, but I can express not only pictures but also text on the app, so I can make my own images. You can fill the space with pixel art, but I think it can be used smartly because it works with Wifi.

It can be used as a social media tracker by displaying the basic screens such as time, weather/temperature, etc., in real time by linking with a smartphone, and displaying the information of SNS of one’s account such as Twitter and YouTube in real time.

Overall, I think it was enough to satisfy my curiosity and expectations about using a digital picture frame for the first time personally.

A product that allows you to decorate a space that looked boring with a stand and wall hangings, while sharing and using the art of various users with clean image quality, or even a SNS linked tracker that can be used smartly depending on the situation. I guess it wasn’t.