Conclusion: It's the first Wi-Fi—enabled digital photo frame we've seen that is relatively easy to set up and use. Although its photo quality isn't the best, the frame's other offerings—including 128MB of onboard memory and headphone jack—attract attention.
Pros: Wireless connectivity. 128MB of internal memory. Widescreen. Video and MP3 playback. Automatic on/off timer. Headphone jack. Mini USB port. Excellent remote. Adjustable brightness.
Cons: Photo quality could be better. No audio out. Using on-screen keyboard is tedious. Video playback is choppy.
Excerpt: Sharing digital photos online is easy. But storing them on a PC can make them less convenient to share with guests at home. If you would rather not pass around photo prints, a digital photo frame can help. Kodak's 8in EasyShare EX811 frame will play slide shows of digital images.