Summary: This is my first venture into the digital picture frame experience; I bought it used so got a good deal (they tend to be very pricey). The manuals were not very useful, but after some trial and error experimenting I figured out how to upload photos from a USB drive. The remote battery was dead but worked after getting a new one.
Excerpt: "...Digital photo frames. ------------The Product--------------- The Kodak EASYSHARE EX1011 is a wireless digital photo frame, which is also Wi-Fi enabled. This means that once you take photos on your digital camera you can simply remove the SD/XD card (the memory card) from the camera and place it into the photo frame and it will display all of your pictures. You can choose to either leave one picture on display at all times or you have a slideshow ...
Pros: 10 inch screen, quality display, USB connector, Simple to use
Summary: I bought EX1011 specifically to allow me to keep my photos on my PC and share them wirelessly with the frame. I have WMP11 on an XP Pro machine and it works well. However, when I installed the frame I have a problem. The frame can see my network and WMP11 can see the frame, but the frame cannot see my PC on the network. I have been in touch with Kodak tech assistance which, so far has not been particularly helpful.
Pros: Great concept.
Cons: Poor implementation (at least for my setup). Tech support from Kodak has not been steller.