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    A Wi-Fi photo frame with video support and many other features.

    Nixplay makes some quality digital photo frames — I also reviewed the Nix Lux and Nixplay Seed — offering folks a choice between modern or old-fashioned styles, as well as whether or not photo management is taken care of locally through ports or via the cloud and app. The Iris is a mix of the two previous frames I looked at, offering a classic frame style that is both Alexa-enabled and able to play 15-second video clips.
    It's available in three colors, with silver costing the least at $157, peach copper in the middle at $193, and burnished bronze at $200. I tested the Nixplay Iris to determine whether or not its worth the price tag that gets relatively steep.

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    10-19-2018 07:10 AM

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