Included inside the retail package is the photo frame itself, a power cable, a separate power "brick" adapter, a set of A/V cables so you can connect the photo frame to a television, a stand for the frame, a remote control and an instruction manual.
The remote control is very small. It reminds me of something you might receive with a car stereo. Despite its small size, there are 32 buttons on the face, covering a range of different functions. All are labeled and it is obvious as to each button's function, so I will not cover that in detail. The frame stand is chrome plated and attaches to the back of the frame to allow it to sit on a flat surface, much like a traditional frame would.
The instruction manual contains a lot of very poorly translated text. If you can get past a couple of laughs, the manual should hopefully be a useful resource.
Continue ahead as we take a look at the digital frame itself...