This frame arrived via USPS in a very flimsy box ...
Nancy T., Amazon
4 April 2011
Summary: This frame arrived via USPS in a very flimsy box with very little packing material to protect it. When I opened the inside manufacturer's box, the frame was intact, but when plugged into electrical socket, and depressing on button to start, nothing happened.
Summary: I bought this unit in November '09. I was mostly pleased with the function of the unit but I did have some complaints: The viewing angle in limited. Oriented horizontally if you looked at the frame from below the image faded away.
Summary: This is a really good gadget to have in your collection. Coming to the product, the look and feel of this digital frame is really good. Kodak has done really well in this , to set aside from its competitors. The resolution is nice, the pictures look awesome in the 7 inch screen.
Summary: Ordered this for my mom for her birthday-came on the correct day. Needs a memory card inserted directly into it- this could be fine if you don't use your camera often, because you can just place directly from your camera into the frame.
Summary: I got one of these last summer, and it worked for a few months. I reset it a couple of times, and that was it. It is dead as a doornail. I was very disappointed. If you get one, make sure you save your receipts! because you may need to return it.
Summary: I purchased this frame and like it from an aesthetic perspective. Loaded an SDcard with 650 pics to play and found a big bug. A bunch of the pictures were rotated. Looked at them in thumbnail view, they display correctly, looked at them on PC and OK there, too.
Summary: It's a great way to show and view your pictures, if being plugged in to an electrical outlet is not an inconvenience! This is MY fault, I assumed that the frame could run off ac or dc current. In other words it doesn't run off batteries! NOT GOOD....NOT CONVENIENT!! MY BAD!
Summary: Beware if you have an HD video camera. There is no way to determine from the specs online or the box, but the Kodak frame cannot display HD video. As most new video cameras are HD video, this maske the frame worthless for video. They bury a disclaimer in the manual.