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can't speak for all of them because i only own a Samsung 8" photoframe (SPF-85H to be more precisely). It works very well as a monitor (enable monitor modus first). But i used it only for ABRIS map display in Black Shark. The reason is simple, as long as it can't provide more than 15FPS its only useble for maps or something like that where low fps isn't critical.

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Somewhere in a Samsung forum I read, that it is impossible to use two USB picture frames at the same time for video output.


Is that true?

Has someone experiences with using two (ore more) picture frames as USB monitors?

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It's not impossible, it just tanks frame rates. If you look over at viperpits.org, they've beaten the topic to death.

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