At Amazon today, you can save 30% on Nixplay's smart digital photo frames. These frames not only allow you to display a multitude of your digital photos in your home, but also hook up to a bunch of cloud services and can even link in with your smart home. There are a couple of sizes on offer and no matter which you choose, you'll be getting it at its lowest price to date thanks to today's discount.

Widescreen

Nixplay Seed 10.1-inch widescreen digital Wi-Fi photo frame

With 8GB of on-board storage and the ability to hook into your existing photo storage services like Google Photos, Dropbox, Flickr, and more, this Wi-Fi-enabled photo frame is a super easy way to get your digital photos out into the physical world. You also get 10GB of free cloud storage with Nixplay.

$103.60 $149.99 $46 off

Big screen

Nixplay Seed 13.3-inch widescreen digital Wi-Fi photo frame

For the biggest screen on offer today, go for the larger 13-inch model. It's got all the same smarts, a larger display to enjoy your photos on, and is $64 off today only.

$145.81 $209.99 $64 off

The 10-inch widescreen model is the most affordable at $103.60 — its lowest ever price. It has a 16:10 aspect ratio and can hold around 20,000 photos on the built-in 8GB storage. You also get 10GB of complimentary cloud storage with your purchase. You can manage what photos show on the display via the free Nixplay mobile apps or website.

The 13-inch model offers all of the same smarts with a larger 16:9 display for $145.81 — a $64 savings. The frames work in portrait or landscape orientation and the clever power cord design acts as a the stand for the frame, which is pretty neat. You also never have to worry about turning the frames on or off as the built-in motion sensor knows when there are people around to benefit from the photos.

The best part about these frames, however, is how they integrate with services you already use. You can hook any of them up to your Dropbox, Flickr or Google Photos accounts to get easy access to your photo files or link them to Facebook or Instagram to get photos from your social media accounts. They even support Alexa so you can ask your Echo device to show particular photos with ease.

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