Reviews and Problems with Kodak EASYSHARE M1020 Digital Frame
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Poor product would not live up to it advertisment.
Frank Galiardi, Amazon
8 December 2013
Summary: It was advertised to work with a flash drive; the flash drive could only be no larger than an 8gb; I spent over 6 hours on line with Kodak tech support and they were only able to determine that it worked well with a 8gb flash drive any thing bigger it device would nor support. I returned it to you.
Summary: Note that the description only says "vibrant" and "bright" photos, but never mentions resolution anywhere, including on the box. It's also not in the user manual. You have to go onto the Kodak web site to find out the resolution on this thing is 480 x 800.
The worst user experience of any consumer product I've ever used
Ramon F., Newegg
27 November 2009
Summary: We bought this frame in order to be able to share photos with my parents by uploading them to Flickr and (hopefully) having them appear on the frame automatically, over wireless. This should be braindead simple: (1) get mom a Flickr account.
Cons: - Grainy / low resolution. - 16:9 aspect ratio is not suited for 99% of the photos out there, so things get cut off at the top/bottom of the photo. - Painfully slow software on the PC -- 15 seconds for it to react to a click. - Almost unbearably unusable software on the device itself, with absyma...
Cons: Why on earth would they make a picture frame with 16:9 aspect ratio?? Most point-and-shoot cameras are 3x4 and more professional are 2x3. This is insane - I'm not going to be watching movies - IT'S FOR PHOTOS!!!
Cons: died totally after 3 months of use. Sent it back to Kodak repair facility ( at my shipping expense). Got a call last night to call Kodak-they cannot fix will replace. Spent 36 minutes on phone with kodak -they had to call repair center while I was on phone. They are going to replace with a recond...
Summary: I purchased this frame from Best Buy because I got a steal of a deal on it. I am returning it today after having given it a week. This frame is not good for anyone with any technical knowledge; you will find yourself very frustrated with this frame!
Summary: For the month it actually worked, I liked it even though it has some "minor" flaws. The interface is a bit quirky, and as others suggested, the random functions (both picture order and transitions) were anything but dependable. Its best attribute was the display.
Summary: Not easy to work at all. Neither uploading pictures or using the touch screen. Instructions are awful. Not helpful at all. Trying to download new software is difficult. Definitely not for a novice. Will be returning this.
Summary: The user interface is badly designed, super slow and super inefficient. It didn't play .mov clips my canon camera took even though it said it could. The online tech support replied quickly with lots of details, but I don't 100% believe/agree, because neither the picture frame nor the camera provided...