Summary: It has nice ports for storage media, but no internal memory. The buttons on the side seem clinky and not smooth, but then again I am use to touch screens and my Playstation (which the buttons you just rub your finger across). For being a Kodak I was not impressed with the color quality of the lcd. This was purchased as a gift and we have a cheap brand (some random name). The cheap one looks much cleaner- colors better and not as pixelated.
Excerpt: This is because there is no internal memory on this picture frame. For me, it really annoyed me but I guess it is okay for another way to decorate my home. I also did not like the fact that I could not put any audio or video files on this picture frame. I would like a better ambience. I guess the reason why this picture frame is so enjoyable is that it is so cheap. Either way, it is a great gift to any loved one. It is creative and cheap.
Excerpt: "I bought my parents a digital photo frame a little while ago as I know they’d mentioned one before, but they didn’t think they’d use it much. Granted, they often don’t use this, but the times they have it’s been a neat and affordable entry-level frame that has worked well. Kodak specialise in photography and they’re very popular in their field, becoming a modern, advanced and trustworthy brand. There’s a fair range of choice when it comes to digital ...
Pros: Reasonable price, fairly easy to use, good picture quality
Cons: No remote, no built in memory, not the highest quality build, menu is a bit fiddly