Summary: It came well packaged but had a crack on the side. It was in a place that would not be noticeable on display. The quality of the digital pictures was moderate, but not as good as I expected. I will plan to spend more money on a better quality frame the next time I make this type of purchase.
Summary: For the price this is a great product. I don't have any complaints. If you want something with a lot more bells and whistles - go for the Sony S-Frame DPF-D80. The price is a lot more but it has tons of features including a remote control.
Summary: OK. I was just setting this puppy up for my mother-in-law and was into a head-banging loop because, like others here, the "touch screen" was not working. Went to the Kodak site, did their trouble shooting sequence and found out that YOU DON'T TOUCH THE SCREEN -- ONLY THE PLASTIC BORDER OF THE...
Summary: The frame seems to work well after struggling through the poor directions. Even after downloading "enhanced" instructions form Kodak, it was still a battle. Kodak should be ashamed for putting out a consumer product that is so hard to use.
Summary: This is a decent photo frame for the money. I bought it for my parents, who aren't terribly technology savvy, and for that I think it was a good choice. With a little guidance out of the gate, they won't have any problems.
only works for close-ups due to lack of definition/pixels
D. Hoffman, Amazon
2 October 2008
Summary: This display does a pretty nice job with close-ups of one or two faces, but pictures with three or four people in a group don't show up well, as the faces become pixelated -- the facial features are broken up because there are not enough pixels in a square inch to define those small features...