Summary: First off let me say that this is a great little frame once images are cropped to the right size. Originally i cropped images at 480x234, the resolution displayed on the box and found my images horribly pixelated and with black borders I didn't want.
Pros: Great price. Sturdy build. Bright Screen with controls for saturation, contrast, and brightness. Easily transfer pictures from USB/Memory stick "without PC" (Still need to crop images).
Cons: Instructions are somewhat lacking. 480x234 Resolution is WRONG - 720X408 is a MUCH better resolution and makes great pictures.
Summary: For the price on this, it's definitely a good product. If you're looking for razor sharp pix, go elsewhere. If budget conscious, this one's a winner. I wish the buttons were a bit more accessible instead on behind the frame...maybe towards the side edge or something.
Summary: I bought this for my mother for her birthday and she was overjoyed. Your typical digital frame will cost usually around $70+. This simple product is a great gift for almost anyone who has a lot of pictures they wanna show off.
Pros: This product is probably the cheapest and nicest looking digital frame out there. I was nervous because of the resolution, but pretty much all of my photo graphs I had came out with decent to good quality. Matches with pretty much any living space decor.
Cons: Needs a memory card for space. Not much memory in the device (but one should buy a small memory stick with it anyway. Got one for around $6). Menu was a little tricky to figure out to make the transitions work but maybe that is a user error thing.
Summary: Nice frame. We've turned it on in the morning & off at night EVERY day for the last 6 months & it's still flipping pictures just fine.
Pros: It's got a couple of annoyances (see cons), but overall, for the price, you're getting a great little digital picture frame. I've got a 1GB SD card with hundreds of pictures (resized/optimized for the LCD size) and they all look great! Has an auto-on & auto-off feature based on time! (See cons...)
Cons: No random option, always loops through pics in the same order (not a problem, just not ideal with hundreds of pics) When turning it on, you have to press the "check" button 2 times to get into your pictures on your SD card, otherwise it will cycle through the pictures stored on the frame (althoug...