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. That's right, less than the monitor of a PC from 1991. Most digital images in 2011 are from 5 megapixel cameras and above.
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 such detailed specification, how would an ordinary consumer knows! I am very disappointed.
Summary: This item seems to work fairly well, but the manual said that a USB cable is included for loading pictures. We bought two as Christmas presents and neither included the cable. Emails to vendor were ignored and we never got the cables. Would not recommend buying from this vendor.
Summary: It is 01-18-2010 and I still do not have a working Frame. I had to send it back to Kodac and now Kodac said they can't fix it and I have no idea when I will either get another one or start the process of getting my money back. I asked for a replacement and was told sorry were out of them.
Summary: i deslike it because i never got it and im wife wood of like it as a chrismas gift i talked to the mail man and the office and they was not very nice the mail ,am said he put it in are mail box's on november 18 and we never got it
Summary: I gave this as a Christmas present, last year, and we finally went to put it to use. We were able to connect to load some pictures but once we moved it to the living room to show off our shots, it wouldn't start. All we got were the touch lights and nothing on the screen. I contacted Kodak and they said it was going to cost me $130 to repair, that almost as much as a new one. Goes to show you never ever leave an electronic device untested.
Summary: No more Kodak, no way, no how. I read some good reviews here of this product (Kodak EasyShare M1020 Digital Picture Frame), and needed it soon for a family reunion. It showed up a day late -- thanks to FedEx, I guess. Right out of the box, it turned on to colorful vertical stripes, no picture, no menu, just random fine bright stripes. The quickstart guide suggested turning it on and off, or unplugging for 5 seconds and turning it back on. No joy. The user manual?
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. Unfortunately, that asset stopped working and it's now indefinitely stuck in torch mode (each pixel is at max brightness).