Summary: The website is DOWN. First problem. Second, their customer service phone number is closed when their literature and their audio prompting hours say that it is open. So, in short, my unit does not work and I can't get any help. Disappointing. Of the five images I loaded, it only displays two. They are similar file formats and similar sizes (physically and digitally). I tried to view mp4 videos (which it says it will do) and it locked up and required a cold boot.
Summary: This is great! I photograph all the travels and wonderful memories. We have this in our living room. I download the photos on a flash drive. All I have to do is insert the flash drive and turn it on and a slide show presentation is given to see. This is excellent!
Summary: I was delighted to recieve this for a Christmas gift. Imagine my disappoint when the unit's ability to read my flash drive inserted into the USB port failed almost immediately. I loaded the first batch of photos on the flash drive and put it into the Coby photo frame. Nice! A few weeks later, I added more pix. Nice again! A few weeks later, I added more pix, stuck the drive into the frame. Nothing! It will not recognize the drive anymore.
Summary: I would just like to note that the "Most helpful negative review" of this product, is for a different product. Look at the product number that the reviewer is giving. It's a 7 inch rather than an 8 inch frame. I have not purchased this product, yet, so I cannot honestly give it a rating.
Summary: The Coby 8" played the JPEGs great. MP3s played excellent. Inserting the files were easy and the remote was a perfect addition to this unit. Sound quality was surprisingly good. I liked everything about this unit. Then came the video. The MPEGs, AVI and MPEG4 files were recognized by the unit, they began to play then the screen froze. The audio would continue to play but the video would play, then stop, play a little more, then stop.
Summary: This review is for the DP-887 (the one with the silver and metal frames). I bought this frame based on the few reviews I could find on it here. It received glowing reviews. I checked the specs for it. It had a good resolution (800x600), which was the main selling point, plus it played mp3s and video. It arrived in the mail in just a few days to my surprise. I opened it and it looked pretty sleek (I was afraid it was going to be a tad bulky).
Summary: The picture quality is great. It is very easy to use and load pictures onto. I like the fact that it comes with a silver and a gold frame. It was puchased as a gift for my Dad and he loved it!
Summary: Coby 887 arrived as a Christmas present along with a 2 Gig CF card. The Coby photoframe would not accept the CF card. Purchased a 2 gig SD card, which Coby could read, but USB connection to computer would not recognize the Coby unit. Windows XP could not associate a driver for the unit and the Coby website has no drivers for this unit. Unable to load any photos directly.
Summary: Works great right out of the box. No real problems, but I never could get it to load an xd card. Totally confused my PC. I stuck a preloaded SD, turned it on, hit a few buttons and it ran a very nice slideshow. Has a great picture with very high resolution and brightness. I haven't tried any video or audio, but I bought if for my wife to keep pictures of the grandkids at her desk. It does exactly what I wanted it to. P.S.: Framed DIED 14 after 14 months.