Summary: I can't begin to tell you how awful this product is. First off, a bit of background on your humble reviewer. I'm a self-taught geek who does computer tech support as one of my jobs. I've never met a computer problem I couldn't fix, and I do it on a daily basis, sometimes simply for fun.
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 …
Summary: I just recieved the unit today. I have found that it will meet all my needs for a picture frame. I have not used all the features however I am writing this to warn buyers to be careful of paying over the msrp on this unit and the sv 811, many dealers are charging way over the asking price from...
Summary: Overall, the Kodak product is not a bad frame, but I wish it would work better with a Mac. Last year, I bought three Panvision frames as gifts. I had to exchange 2 immediately because they did not work, then 1 of those replacements had to be re-replaced. They were only $70.
Summary: I bought this as a gift for the grandparents. Loaded about 800 pictures on an SD card and turned it on. The image is very nice. But I noticed that the first picture displayed was the first I added to the card. Hmm. Turned it off, then back on. Same thing.
Summary: The picture quality displayed is great. 5 stars. And the overall package is quite handsome. However, transferring pictures isn't as easy as it is on my daughter's cheap Phillips frame (purchased at Brookstone).
Summary: Pluses - timer allows you to set the on and off time of pictures so the frame isn't working when you're not there. Pictures are good quality. Memory holds quite a few, but not as many as using the SD card. Remote works well and set-up is very easy Minuses - doesn't randomly sort pictures.
Summary: I just bought/received two of these and I've been trying to set one up for three hours now. Seems, although the pictures I've copied to an SD card are in JPEG format, this frame won't acknowledge the pictures I've taken w/my Canon and other digital cameras.