Excerpt: With Kodak EX811 Digital Picture Frame, you can have a new photo whenever you like. This wireless digital picture frame is something that is very innovative as you can practically set any photo you like in the photo frame screen. Imagine having any photo you like with one picture frame . It is indeed a dream comes true for me.
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. But it reads from USB, memory cards, and the Kodak Gallery through WiFi. The Gallery is not extremely usable, but you get 2gb of space to upload your pictures for free, and the uploading is extremely fast.
Summary: This frame is exactly what i expected it to be. Plays music loud and has crisp pictures. Very easy to put picture on the frame as well as it compatible SD cards. Great product especially with the interchangeable frames.
Summary: It is pretty easy to use. Works great with a thumb drive but the internal memory is a dud... I am a painter and I will use it as a rolling archive for press, awards and corporate pics and odd pics of painting locations and for that it will work great. We will place it on the bar during the art show "Gita Lloyd, Living Room, A Decade of Painting in Kern County". I think this will be FAR more fun than a book laying around on a table.
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. It would definitely shined more if designed with the capability of visual effect, calendar and clock.
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.
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Summary: save the $20 on the wireless and just get an SD card....wireless sucks....too many restrictions, what a pain....just copy pics and music on SD and play, holds plenty....otherwise, might just go with 10" next time.....frame kinda big compared to picture size....
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. I tested it out at my house on my network and the setup was relatively easy. At first it didn't recognize my router. Turning the frame on and off fixed this.
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? That single issue is enough for me to only give this 2 stars. After all, for those non-graphically inclined, it would render the product useless.