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.
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.
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.
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.
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.