AG Neovo V-10 full review

A neat solution to a digital problem, the AG Neovo V-10 is a stylish and well-built digital photo frame.

Necessity is the mother of invention, or so the saying goes. We reckon it may also have something to do with laziness. Digital cameras have been around for 10 years or so, and in that time we’ve met only a handful of people who regularly print off their photos.

So it seems inevitable that the evolution of our favourite media would upscale itself directly into the 21st century with digital frames such as the AG Neovo V-10, where pictures can be uploaded to the frame by USB directly from the image source or via a memory card.

Previously we reviewed the Philips 9FF2CWO, and today we'll take a look at the AG Neovo V-10.

Despite its relative bulk, the AG Neovo V-10 gets around balance issues with some nifty modern design. There's a neat wedge moulded into the curvature of the back that works equally well whether you’re viewing landscape or portrait pics.

The AG Neovo V-10's navigation buttons are located on the front of the touchable frame and appear and disappear at the slightest touch.

The AG Neovo V-10 has a battery life of about 45 minutes, which allows you to take the screen to your PC to upload your pics without worrying about plugging and unplugging it all the time.


AG Neovo V-10: Specs

  • 7in 800x480 screen
  • brightness 220cd/m2
  • built-in memory 128MB
  • card reader compatible with SD/MMC/MS/CF/MD and USB
  • 197x129x52mm
  • 500g