Summary: I added this to our neighborhood school's front office nearly 3 years ago. It's been used continuously, all day long. No problems, easy to use, nice image quality, nice looking, no complaints. I like the randomized slideshow mode.
Summary: Not complains with the product but I didn't receive a new one, it was clearly opened and used. Power cable was not tied, there were some minor scratches in the frame and all the plastic bags were opened. Unfortunately it was and gift and I didn't try to return it.
Summary: Looks great. Works right out of the package. It is easy to setup. Will read any and all jpegs you have on a thumb drive. No way to direct to a specific folder (so make sure you want everything on there to be seen). I just have a flash drive dedicated to the frame. No complaints.
Summary: Initially I was thrilled and would turn it on once in a while and enjoy it. This year I decided to let it run and it freezes up after about 2 days EVERY time - very frustrating because I have to take it off my wall mount every time to reset it.
Summary: My son saw a digital photo frame in a service provider's office and wanted one for Christmas. Looking at all the reviews on Amazon, this is the one I selected, and it's proved a generally solid choice. Strengths: Holds a lot of photos without any problem. Easy to download photos onto the viewer.
Summary: I recently purchased a HP and Omnitech Digital Frames and had to return both. It seems that most manufacturers try to provide products that can do too many things...the software stops working correctly. You will find this problem on almost every digital frame reviewed here at Amazon.com.
Summary: This is an easy to set up frame. I liked the way it handles digital photos, and it resizes them to fit the screen area with no prior modifications. We did, however, need to make some corrections to older photographs that weren't digital and needed to be scanned.