Summary: i looked at both the less and more expensive options and decided on this one based on it's rave reviews, so i feel compelled to add to that momentum. i purchased this for my father for father's day. he's older & doesn't have a computer, so i needed something that would be easy for him to use. he was able to use this one right out of the box and loves it. the picture quality is also very good. i would highly recommend!
Summary: This is my second Kodak frame....bought the first one almost 3 years ago. It's technology is older, making the P725 a bright addition to my work space. Bright, square and easy to use, I have no qualms about recommending the P725 to anyone. My first frame has a remote and sound capability, two things that are seldom used so the no frills, cost effective P725 is right up my alley. It sits on my desk and runs from the multitude of thumb drives I have pictures on.
Summary: My mom is a real shutterbug and loves to organize and display some of the thousands of pictures they take every year. She had asked me to take a good picture of myself and my dog for Mother's Day and put it in a nice frame for her desk so I decided to go one better and got her a digital frame. The other reviews from folks said that the picture quality is very good and that it was easy to use - important since my parents tend to be a little slow to learn new technology.
Summary: The digital photo frame has very good picture quality. The instruction book is a little vague and it would have been nice if it came with a USB cable to hook up directly with the computer. The frame does accept flash drives and memory cards for display and it is very easy to copy the pictures onto the photo frame. It does not have a battery option so it must be used near an outlet. The power cord is white while the frame is black.