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Videopage, 7 inch Touchscreen Video Player, 2-Pack, Light Sensor, 4GB, 2000mAh

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  • TFT Color LCD Touchscreen, 7-inch Display, 16:9 Screen Ratio
  • 4GB Built-in Flash Memory, up to 45 minutes of 1080p Video Playback
  • Light Sensor On/Off Switch, Auto-start, 2W Built-in Speaker
  • Mini-USB Connectivity for Data Transfer and LiPo Battery Recharge
  • Playback AVI, MP4, MPG, MPEG file formats, Windows or MacOS Compatible
  • Product Dimensions:  8.50 inch x 8.50 inch x 0.375 inch, each device 


This is a Video Player that can be embedded in a Photo Book, so you can view photos as well as videos in the same book. This is perfect for Wedding Albums, Travel Books, Family Albums, Yearbooks, Sports Books, and even Business Catalogs. The 7-inch touchscreen display is about the same size as a tablet display. This Videopage is perfect for photobooks of sizes 8.5" x 11", 10" x 10", 10" x 13", 11" x 14", and 12" x 12". 


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  1. Pretty clever idea

    Posted by Linda R on May 25th 2016

    I brought these home (UK) as gifts to my parents. "Pretty clever idea" they said. Will definitely buy more for friends and relatives.

  2. Video screen for Raspberry Pi

    Posted by Ed G on May 25th 2016

    From this 2-pack, I gave one unit to my wife and I disassembled the other. I wanted to use it as the video touchscreen for my Raspberry Pi video controller. This touchscreen is so much better than what is available for Pi hobbyists. With this, I can dream up so much more ideas with my Pi and invent them. Glad I ran into Video4Books at the Maker Faire Bay Area.

  3. Mother's Day gifts

    Posted by Jeanne T on May 25th 2016

    I was thinking of just buying the single pack as a gift for my mom. But then I realized it is also a perfect gift for my mother-in-law. I saved at least $20 by buying this 2-pack. I missed Mother's Day this year. This will make up for it.

  4. Way better than picture frames

    Posted by Dylan H on Feb 19th 2016

    I saw this on YouTube and I wanted to order one right away. I do not have photobooks but I do need a video player to show off my movie work. Those Kodak picture frames are limited for I can only playback slideshows. This Videopage does play movies! Unlike picture frames, this has touchscreen and doesn't have to be plugged to the wall. It's a conversation starter on my coffee table.

  5. Love this

    Posted by Stephanie Y on Feb 17th 2016

    Love this! I mounted it in my wedding album and downloaded my wedding video. Got my pictures and video all in one place. Don't need the DVD anymore, but I'll keep it just in case. 4GB lots of space left. I plan to include my honeymoon vacation videos, once I'm done with editing.