Summary: I've been looking for a stainless steel digital frame for about two years now to replace one that died in the kitchen...to no avail. Then I stumbled across this one. I've got another Easyshare frame upstairs - and while I think the programming is a bit hookey, once it's set, it just works. So I checked out the resolution - not HD level, but pretty darned good - so pulled the trigger.
Summary: Avery nice digital picture frame. Trying to declutter the house we scanned the pictures on to a card and now have more pictures showing, but in a much smaller size. I like the different color mats that came with the frame. We picked one that compliments the walls.
Summary: I purchased two of these as gifts for family. I uploaded pictures onto them and plan on giving them as gifts for Christmas. This frame has a touch 'border'--the screen is not activated for touch. Arrows point to locations on the border that you touch. It is nice that there are no buttons, but I am worried that my older family might have trouble figuring it out. I purchased a 2 GB SD flash memory card to use with this. The memory card does not fit into my computer.
Summary: We have several older relatives who don't own computers, therefore they haven't able to enjoy viewing recent digital family photos unless we bring our laptops to them. This picture frame enables us to leave them with some "lasting memories" which they can view whenever they want. Truthfully, the biggest drawback is that the frame does NOT have any internal memory, so it makes creating/modifying the chosen slideshow difficult when multiple people are involved.
Summary: The picture quality on this frame is very good. The software that comes with this frame works on Windows 7. The software does not map to network drives - all pictures are pulled off the C drive on your local machine. I found this disappointing.
Summary: I bought this for my wife as a Christmas present in 2008. It has been running 24/7 ever since. You just have to make sure you try to keep pictures in landscape and not mix them up. It doesn't auto rotate the pictures. Other than that, it has been a good digital frame. The specs were good for 2008. Update: As of November 2011, this frame is still going strong with constant 24/7 use. The only time it goes off is when the power goes out.
Summary: We have pic's, a lot of them on hand !! Wife prints so many that no place on table or wall !! So I seen these digital picture frames !! Love them, if you have computer to print pic's you can load a sim card !! Load with a 100 pic's, put them in the order you want or group you want them to play. You can put music with them to play !! The children love it they just set to watch the show !!
Summary: Kodak EasyShare P720 7" Digital Picture Frame is a excellent thing for present. i have bought it for friend and he is very happy as it is very very easy to use. what is good: - supporting of many different type of memory cards - easy to use - good quality of showing pictures what is bad: - If you want to use this frame with large amount of pictures (1500 pics, 3GB) menu will work very slowly but slideshow will be ok.