Wiidescreen aspect ratio means photos will be cropped
Wayne Zeitner, Amazon
16 February 2013
Summary: Most of our digital photo library is comprised of pictures taken with a 4:3 aspect ratio. This frame is 16:9...so I had to spend HOURS cropping and formatting pictures to display properly on this device. Once that work is done, the frame works great.
Summary: It is very nice digital frame. Has 2 wooden frames included with very good finish quality. But it lasted exactly 1 year - once the warranty was out it died right away))) Like it had a time bomb in it). So, not recommending it if you want a long living unit. But display itself is very good.
Summary: The Coby DP888 has, for me, a fatal flaw that I feel should have been disclosed in the advertising. It can only recognize and show 2000 pictures from an SD card (and I would guess any other memory card type), even if the card contains many more pictures.
Glitchy, buggy, undependable performance on two units
MJC "mjc", Amazon
19 May 2009
Summary: First one arrived but did not display photos properly. The images were off-center so that the center of the photo was pushed down and to the right by about 2 inches. This pushed the far right of the photo to the far left of the picture frame and the bottom of the photo to the top of the screen.
Summary: When I purchased this digital frame I was unaware that I could not download pictures from my camera into the frame. It only works when the card from your camera is in the frame. Since I purchased this item as a gift and I took numerous family photos over the holidays, I now have to include the card...
Summary: Picture very good, remote control works well. Wood frame looks excellent. Only problem is connecting to a computer to transfer files. The USB connection is poor. Often will not transfer pictures. I have three of these frames and several computers and all combinations act the same way.