Summary: Great gift for my mom. She loved it. She has trouble with loading new pictures on it. No fault of the product but user error mostly. The outside edge of the frame is a little cheap looking. But good for what it is.
Summary: I was pleasantly surprised when my twelve-year-old son got me this for my birthday. I knew he could not have spent very much, though, so I was concerned about the quality. I needn't have worried as this little frame is great!
Summary: For the price, this is a pretty good digital frame. The resolution isn't great; if you get close to the frame, the image looks pretty pixelated. If this is your price range and you like the look, then grab this frame!
Summary: OK, Sure. 8Mb of internal memory with a resolution of 480 x 234. compressed JPEGS at that resolution should run around 50k each, so I can fit about 160 photos on the internal memory. UNLESS THE WAY IT IS ADDRESSED LIMITS YOU TO 15 PHOTOS MAX!!!
Summary: it does what it should - and for the price... who can complain about anything... it is bright and colorful...
Pros: Good brightness, support for different cards and usb, internal memory, calendar and time, nice transitions, etc
Cons: couldn't yet figure out how to copy to internal memory - but then again I haven't played with it enough, nor read the manual, yet. Perhaps the resolution... but then again, for the price, it's fine (the resolution cost it one egg)
Summary: As others have said, the resolution is misleading, 480x234 sized images give you black bars at the top and bottom. I've been using 720x408 (which is what the built-in sample pictures use) and they look alright.
Pros: Good amount of features for the price. Decent quality image if you view the frame from a normal range (not with your nose to it)
Cons: Seems to get pretty warm. Good thing it has an auto on/off feature.
Summary: Look at the specs, does this cover your needs? Don't compare it to $200 models..... So sick of seeing reviews for products "well, its not as good as my xxx that cost forty times as much". Duh.
Pros: -A digital picture frame that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. -Works like you'd expect -Simple setup and settings.
Cons: -The buttons for left/right up/down selections work opposite of what it shows on screen? Odd, but still works the same way and doesnt take long to get used to.
Summary: It says the resolution is 480 x 234, but if you upload a picture of that size, you'll learn the screen leaves black bars at the top and bottom, like the real resolution is about 480 x 254. Why is this? I don't know.
Pros: Well, it's cheap, and it does its job.
Cons: It would be nice if it could randomize the pictures, but instead it scrolls through, alphabetically, over and over.