Summary: I purchased this frame, after doing a great deal of research, a little of a year ago. It's very easy to set up, great display from all angles, and worked very well for me at my desk. But....it only lasted 1.5 years. I now have the infamous "White screen of death", and I have found no way to fix it myself.
Summary: LOVE IT!!!!!! WORKS FROM INTERNAL MEMORY, SO YOU DO NOT NEED TO LEAVE THE MEMORY CARD IN IT!!! EXCELLENT COLOR AND CLARITY!!! ALSO HAS SOME OPTIONS FOR VARIOUS SPEEDS, ETC. (REMOTE CONTROL ALSO) GREAT ITEM AND EXCELLENT PRICE AS WELL!!!
STAY AWAY !!!!!! Would have given them a zero if available!!!!
6 February 2012
Summary: My wife bought this for me from another store (BB) in June. About 2 month of having it, the picture started acting up on it. I would shut it down and it would be fine. In November I got the famous "White screen" (Google it). I contacted Kodak and did the live chat. I already knew it was going to need sent in but they made me go through their whole checklist. The guy finally agreed it needed sent in. All I had to do was produce the proof of purchase.
Summary: I had the frame for 2 years, but it was turned on maybe three times and unplugged when not in use. One day the frame just showed a white screen. I called Kodak and they referred me to a third party for repairs. The third party no longer has parts for the frame. I called Kodak back hoping that perhaps I had been given incorrect information. They gave me a different number which was for the same 3rd party. It's disappointing that the frame is no longer supported by Kodak.
Kodak EasyShare P750 7-inch Digital Picture Frame.
J M LALIK SR, Amazon
7 January 2012
Summary: I bought the Kodak EasyShare P750 7-inch Digital Picture Frame for my wife as a Christms gift. She was extremely pleased; the pictures were easy to load, but took some time. I loaded 90 photos to start. The display of these photos on the 7-inch Digital Picture Frame was what I expected; great!
Summary: The photos were very easy to load and look great. The colors are very true and life-like. In the frame they look just like a framed picture until the picture chages to another, showing you that it is a digital frame.
Summary: Overall I'm fairly happy with it. The viewing angle, colors, brightness. I really like the interface, very easy to navigate (though the input pad is not). Easy to get up and running. However, one of the features it boasts, "activity sensor", does not work as intended. I called customer support, and essentially they determined that my unit may have been defective. So I replaced it with another and unfortunately encountered the same exact issue.
Summary: This is the best photo frame and I have purchased other Brands. Kodak blows them away. The pictures are as good as when I took the pictures. The set up was simple and easy, I love the timer the frame comes on at a certain time and shuts off at the time you set. You get to see your photos whenever you like. I love it.
Summary: I like the style; photos are crisp. Only disappointment is that there are only TWO options for "transitions." An earlier version that my brother has (no longer sold) has a 'random' transition and has about 4-6 different transitions. This one only fades in and out OR loads from the left side. It's an 'either or' and not random (no variation). Plus, I have it set to go on at 8:40 AM and off at 12:40 AM and often look up during the day and it is OFF.