Summary: It is a nice frame overall. I bought it for my mother, so she can watch pictures that I can control via Internet. Although there are things that could be improved with few functions, this from can definitely do this. I played with it for few weeks before I passed it to my mother. I recommend similar approach to everyone. There is little documentation in some areas, so few things you just need to try by yourself.
Summary: This simple and inexpensive device does a pretty good job in general, one annoying issue I noticed is that the remote is slow in response and no ability to turn the device off using the remote. Other than that it functions OK. Wireless worked out of the box, flawlessly. It automatically discovered shared resources on my home network and played the pictures on the folder I pointed it to.
Summary: D-link is known for their terrible QA department, and this frame is not an exception. Had to RMA the first one I got (not from Amazon), it kept rebooting. The second one works great. Frame is thin enough to be hung on the wall, very light, the screen is large and bright. Best part of course is the built-in wireless. Antenna is very strong and I was able to pick up SSIDs from really far away.
Can it be any easier???? (Yes just a bit, but still a great gift)
Brian A. Hall "Amazon Junkie!", Amazon
26 January 2010
Summary: EDITED: OK, I have to amend my review below. There is a MAJOR software omission that I hope they fix with a firmware update. The unit does not remember your settings for the source of your pictures if you loose power or turn it off manually. So if you set it up for you parents to access the internet as I did then they turn it off and back on it goes to the settings screen essentially asking for which source you want to display pictures from.
Summary: Short review: Best currently on the market (11/2009), I own 2 and am buying more for friends and family. The people with the negative reviews of this product are wonky or worse. Long Review: Let me start of by saying that I'm a photo hobbyist. By that I mean I use a Nikon D700, run Lightrooom and Photoshop, upload to Flickr, Facebook, etc. and generally enjoy photos, both my own and other peoples.