Summary: I probably didn't read the description well enough, but it needs to be plugged in for power. I thought it could stand on my dresser without a cord (no outlet handy). Other than that, great picture, easy to use.
Summary: This frame is easy to use. I bought it for my mom, so she can see her grandkids. She's pretty much run out of room on the walls to display photos. Now, it's not the best digital frame, but it's a good value and it looks nice.
Summary: One of the major gripes I have with a lot of digital picture frames is that the bezel looks completely out of proportion to most (non digital) picture frames. This Kodak P725 is aesthetically pleasing, with it's frame not making it seem out of place. My one problem with its looks is the fact that the cable included is of a different color to the frame, it looks odd seeing a jet black frame, only to see a somewhat cream colored power cable sticking out of its rear.
Summary: My daughter absolutely loves her Kodak EasyShare P725 Digital Frame, which I purchased as a "just because" kind of gift. Melissa loved my Sony digital frame - which costs nearly twice as much as the Easyshare. Having seen the Easyshare after I bought and downloaded my Sony, I was greatly impressed with the color, resolution ... and the feature that allows one to pass the frame around the room from one person to the next without having to deal - as I must with the Sony!
Pretty good but my parents were disappointed by the AC cord
Rabbit W, Amazon
9 February 2010
Summary: I bought one of these for my parents, and after the initial excitement, they realized that it required power from the AC cord. Why is this bad? Because they wanted to bring it to the senior center to show friends photos on it and thought it was too complicated to have to find an electrical outlet in the cafeteria.. Otherwise, let me say that the picture quality is great, considering the price especially.
Summary: I was hoping the Kodak technology would enhance the pictures just as it appeared in the box, turns out it doesn't. So I fixed them in the PC and transferred them to an SD memory an it worked like a charm. I would have loved the frame had an option to copy photos from one removable memory to another instead of just to the internal memory. Also it only works with JPG, so make sure to convert your photos before transferring them.
Summary: I liked this product very much. It was fairly simple compared to many on the market, good quality and a fair price. I downloaded some of my own family photos onto the frame and gave it as a gift, which, the receiver loved. I was rather annoyed to have the need to look for instructions on line. Maybe everyone else likes this option, but I hate, hate, hate it. I had alot of FAQ since this was my first purchase of a digital frame.
Tired of looking at the same photo's day after day... well...
14 June 2010
Excerpt: "...frame itself being called the Kodak Easyshare. ==** Firstly, shall we get the basic specs out of the way…== * JPEG and EXIF image formats * 4:3 aspect * 800 x 600 pixels display resolution * 142 x 106mm (5 ½ x 4 inch) display area with a 178mm (7 inch) viewable screen * LED backlight * 512 MB internal memory * USB connection _(cable not supplied)_ * 4.2 watts of power when running a standard slideshow * Supports SD, SDHC, MMC, memory stick, MS ...
Pros: Easy to use, looks the part and a good size memory
Cons: No internal power supply, can take a while to read images