Summary: My wife bought me this frame for Christmas so that I could take the family photos with me on my deployment. Stupidly I never tested it before I left - it just remained in its' box until I packed it in May. Finally settled I plug it in and it immediately goes to the 'White Screen of Death'. $95 dollar Christmas present down the pan and now nothing to view my family on. THANK YOU KODAK - Thankfully the company are now bankrupt.
Summary: Purchased at Sams Club for a gift; finally open the box to get it set up for Christmas and all I get is a blank white screen will turn on and do nothing. It won't even turn off without disconnecting the power cord. Wish I had seen these reveiws BEFORE purchasing as this seems to be a very common occurence among this product. Now I'm just out $90.00. Will never buy Kodak products again.
Summary: I bought this last year after reading good reviews. But a year later it starts up with a white screen and looking at the complaints it looks like this is a manufacturing defect. Much like HP products this may be low quality manufacturing. I hope Kodak goes bankrupt soon.
Summary: We bought two of these, one for each set of parents, for Christmas and they really enjoyed them. We did have to buy an extra memory card to put the pictures on because our wedding pictures were too high quality/size and with the memory the frame comes with, we were only able to fit 3 picture on it. I have one also and have no problem putting pictures from my camera straight to the frame, I think I have about 200 pictures on it now.
Summary: I picked this frame up as a discount deal. I plugged it in, threw some photos on a pendrive and was up-and-running in no time. I thought I totally just scored big time, and was pumped about my new acquisition. I powered it off, and left it on my desk for a few days. When I returned and tried to power it on- nothing. The border lights illuminate so the device is clearly booting up, but nothing pops up on the screen. Usually.
Summary: I have used Adobe Photoshop CS3 to edit and display images. The image size under image must be set so that it fits within 480x800 pixels. I used the maximum quality jpeg to save it. Slideshows, music all work well. I also have the issue with getting them to display in the correct order but that is not so important to me.
Summary: After 1 year of use, the screen went white and I was unable to correct this problem. Then talked to Kodak which offered to repair my item for more than it costs. I will not buy a Kodak digital frame again as research online showed this to be a common problem.