Summary: I was very happy with this at first. The quality seemed good, with ample storage space. I like the power saving feature. One thing I don't like is that I couldn't figure out how to add a few photos without deleting all the ones that were already on the frame. I could only overwrite what was already on the frame when I added new photos.
Summary: Bought this frame after reading positive reviews on CNET. Died in about 8 months - boots up to a white screen. Contacted Kodak and got the distinct impression that their customer service is trained to weasel out of replacing a defective product. It's not worth my time to go after these a-holes but I can post this review to warn others away. This is probably why Kodak is near bankruptcy. Hope they die away soon.
Summary: I bought this for my mom for her 90th birthday and created a slideshow from her birth to present. It has been on 24/7 in her room since February with no troubles. It was rather easy to use, and brings happiness to her and visitors.
Summary: This frame works as described as long as you are directly in front of it. If you are to the side, even a little bit, the picture washes out and at more angles, becomes impossible to see. Pictures load easily and the menu is easy to use. This is not a good frame to place in a room and see from the entire room.
Summary: I previously had a Kodak digital frame (I forget the model) and it lasted about 2 years before it started freezing up on me. Since I had been using it non-stop for approx 40 hours a week, I thought that lifespan was reasonable. I was looking for fairly inexpensive replacement and after reading reviews for the EasyShare P850 I decided to purchase it. I was pleased initially. The photo quality was good, etc.
Summary: When I first received this frame I photoshopped a mess of photos to download. After I downloaded the pics, the frame had a mind of its own. It would crash (shut off/turn back on), vertical hold spazzed out, just like an old tube television and it would only display 50 out of 250 photos downloaded. I could go into the files on the frame and see the photos but the frame would not display then on slide show or individually from the menu and it didn't like it when you tried.
Summary: I now have 4 photo frames, each is from a different manufacture and there are differences between them! This review is divided into the following sections. QUICK SUMMARY PROS CONS AND ANNOYANCES WORKAROUNDS MISC STUFF not in the documentation I bought the Kodak frame partly because of the larger amount of memory it has and, after all, it is from Kodak. I have gotten good stuff from them in the past so I had high hopes for this frame. QUICK SUMMARY: The photos look good.