The PF80 is built pretty solid. The unit itself weighs about two pounds, which makes it easy to sit on a desk or mount on a wall. The LCD display is wrapped by a silver outer frame.
The main controls are located on the top of the unit.The memory card slots on on the right side. The DC connector is located on the left side.
The top control buttons operate the frame. There is also an included remote that performs the same functions.
There is an on/off switch to turn the unit on. There isn't an auto off or timer feature, so the PF80 can't be programmed to turn on and off at certain times. This is useful when no one is home for example, there really is no point to leave the unit on. Possible idea for a future revision.
The rear of the unit shows what looks like two speakers. However, that is not the case. The unit does not support any audio features. To attach the stand, there's a large hole right in the middle of the back of the unit.
The power connector.
The memory card slots.