Why did my Aluratek stop turning on?
If you have any issues with your Aluratek ADMPF310F please refer to the troubleshooting page.
Background and Identification
The Aluratek 10” digital photo frame was released in 2006 and uses a 10” LCD screen to display photos of your choice. This particular model is the medium sized frame as they range from 7” to 19” in screen size. This model can be differentiated from newer and more updated models by it use of remote instead of a touchscreen display.
The Aluratek 10” digital photo screen brings treasured photos and slideshows to your home using a true color LCD screen at a resolution of 1024 x 600 with a 16:9 aspect ratio. The frame uses a built in 4 gigabyte hard drive to store your photos, while also giving you the option of an additional 32 gigabytes with a external SD card. The Aluratek allows the user to transfer and store files quickly using a hi-speed USB 2.0.