Waste of money- Product worked for 1 week, then the resolution of the pictures got disrupted
Alan J Abilla, Amazon
20 March 2011
Summary: I purchased this Axiom digital photo frame as a Christmas gift for the family. We finally got around to setting it up. Initially, it worked well, usability was not very intuitive and took a lot of clicks to make adjustments.
Summary: I bought this digital photo frame for $40 as a Black Friday special last year. It worked ok... for about 8 months only! After 8 months, the screen died on us. We've contacted the manufacturer, who suggested that we send it in to see what's wrong with it.
Summary: For someone like me that has family all over the world, this was the perfect gift. Now they can be with me everywhere all at the same time, plus I can set songs to their pictures which makes them feel even closer.
Picture quality is bad; unit crapped out after a year
17 March 2010
Summary: I received a Pantech digital frame for Christmas and loved it, so I got this frame for my dad for Christmas the following year. The picture quality is horrible compared to my Pantech, and the unit died on him less than a year after he got it. Just quit working, wouldn't turn on or anything.
Summary: It was obvious that the product was very cheaply made from the moment I began to use it. The colors darken quickly as soon as you move away from a head-on viewing angle. The resolution is lower than claimed in the description.
Summary: Thought this would be a great stocking stuffer, however, the shipping cost was $30 for six little items. I never got a chance to select type of shipping and it is marked Fast Shipping. Naranjo Goods really took advantage of this sale and will keep it mind if this company has other merchandise.