Summary: I first bought one of these when it first came out. Now you can buy refurbished ones for $40, which is insanely cheap considering the features of this device. So I bought 2 more :-) Ok, the remote is not perfect, and the frame responds a bit slow to user input.
Summary: I bought a Sony Picture frame last year before Christmas and ordered this one for a family member. Although Sony comes with a more attractive design but Kodak has a larger and better display, neat wireless system, stereo sound and shows almost all common image files with reasonable price.
Summary: Hubby said this was very easy to use. Frame looks nice. The only comment he had about it was that random sorting would be nice. He has this in his office and enjoys seeing all his loved ones at work.
Summary: I bought this for my wife's parents who are allergic to technology. They live in another state so we thought a digital frame might work nicely. This Kodak EX-811 seemed like a good deal. Other frames I've seen have monthly fees and that was a no go. I was a little weary of it based on other reviews.
Summary: This product works pretty well except for the fact that any photo I try to upload, it complains that it's 'bad'. After scorging the net, I found that if I bring it in to Photoshop and Save for Web, then it all works fine....but what if I didn't have Photoshop?
Summary: Odd, Kodak has been doing this for years, and this is not what people want. The frame is maaassive, and the pictures therefore look small. It's slow to power on, no picture shuffle, no picture/video hybrid playback, poor wireless quality...
Summary: I expected more from Kodak. The stand on the back of the frame is flimsy and the frame keeps falling over. Also, its operation was quirky out of the box. I own some off brands that are better than this. Stay away.