Summary: After much time setting it worked about two weeks. Contacted support who told me to mail it to them and I would get a replacement, turns out they sent me a smaller and cheaper version which was re-furbished, after contacting them I was told this is all they had and that is the way it is.
Summary: My kids bought this frame for my birthday last July 2010. I plugged it in and used it that day and then moved it to my den, where it sat unplugged and unused until yesterday. The thing won't turn on now and since my kids don't think they saved the receipt, Kodak's customer service won't honor the...
Summary: You cannot copy pictures to the frame from a computer. The USB port is not for computers. Descriptions of the frame do not mention this. The fact that the frame has a USB port leads one to believe it can be connected to a computer.
Summary: I recently bought two of these and a Sony DPF-D92 9" for comparison. I ultimately returned the Sony. Of the dozen frames at Best Buy, this one was far and away the best. Build quality is very good.
Summary: I specifically wanted a frame with a nice display and long display intervals. I didn't want a constantly changing slideshow with busy transitions. I just wanted a frame that showed a few different pictures throughout the day. With that simple requirement, this frame works very nicely.
Pros: Very nice display, nice frame, versatile media options. Auto on-off timer saves power.
Cons: Biggest "complaint" is that the "random" play function seems to play a few pictures frequently, and others rarely get displayed. Longest display time for one image is 60 minutes. Touch controls are a bit confusing/inconsistent. I often have to 'play' with the controls to make a change as the cont...
Summary: Overall very nice. Decent quality. Would be nice to directly connect to the computer with the USB.
Pros: Excellent color and contrast Good menu system with adequate selections Touch panel on front, hidden but accessible Interchangeable picture frame
Cons: No direct import of photos to internal memory via USB Using a memory card as a proxy to move pictures from the computer is kludgy and slow. Easier to just load re-sized photos on memory card and plug in