Summary: Had this product for a couple of years now and had no problem. Good picture. Touch interface is nice. USB 1.1 is slow, so avoid using USB feature with their software. Recommend SD card instead.
Great picture quality, controls not so user-friendly
14 February 2010
Summary: I think this frame was designed for people who take pictures in landscape mode and just pop the card into the frame. However, I take ballroom dancing photos, mostly in portrait mode and have to post-process most of them because of the bad lighting in most dance venues.
Summary: When I first purchased the Kodak Easy Share M1020 Digital Picture Frame, I loved it. Bright, sharp picture, easy to use interface. Since then I've come to like it less and less. The reasons? The frame offers a feature called Shuffle, supposedly selecting pictures and displaying them in random order.
Summary: The quality of the pictures was terrific. This frame is also very easy to use. I do agree with another reviewer that the user guide leaves much to be desired. I ended up returning my frame because of one issue that is a big deal to me.
Excerpt: When I got married I had a mountain of presents to sort through and one of them was this lovely digital photo frame. My best friends had clubbed together to buy the frame and had uploaded all the pictures from my hen do and night out before the big day.
Summary: The image quality is very good and the control using the touch sensitive photo frame is also good (I've never seen the point in a remote control). My only issue is that it tends to freeze once in while.
Excerpt: What Is It? The Kodak Easyshare Digital Photo frame (M1020) is one of the newest inventions for people to be able to watch all their favourite photos, in a slideshow on a photo frame. This allows you to be able to look at your digital photos, without the need of a bulky computer.
Pros: Great Idea, Excellent Screen, Fun
Cons: Had to buy a memory card for it/ Poor memory capacity