Summary: Amazing frame!! Beatiful colors and with a lot of features!! You can see pics and videos!! All the digital pics ends in a pc, but now you can have it in you office, and put new ones every time you want
Summary: not very good since kodak is getting out of the picture business....OK if all you want is a display.... But I wanted something I could email or download from the internet. So I bought a "pixstar" and I love it!
Summary: Buggy software, dropped network options, poor customer support. There are a million and one reasons not to purchase this product. Kodak needs to get its act together. If they want to recover from the death of film by getting into digital photography they need to do something about a terrible product like the W1020 frame. Firmware update wiped all network connections AND the network settings option; can only run a USB now. Worthless.
Summary: This is a nice frame, however, I spent two forty minute sessions on two different days with Kodak staff who could not get the Wi-fi frame to connect to the internet. The Kodak technicians were extremely courteous and patient, but they could not make it connect to wi-fi. The unit I got was refurbished, and as a frame, it works adequately, but the whole point of the wi-fi connection is to get photos and data from the web.
Summary: This is my second Kodak frame. The previous on (a 10" EX series) died after about a year and a half. This W1020 reboots regularly without any input from we. The wireless is buggy and there is no software for Mac. It will go through short periods where it will not reboot by itself but they do not last very long. I have the latest firmware. The touch control on the edge of the frame is a nice idea but is poor in practice.
Summary: I read as many reviews as possible, then selected this frame for the overall image quality other users commented on. The brightness, clarity, contrast and overall photo presentation are GREAT! It is not the easiest to set up...yet the pictures are superb making the programming challenges worth it. I chose a remanufactured one and I have no doubt that it is as good if not better than a new one....at 1/2 the price.
Summary: as others have written in the past the 16:9 ration of the screen is very frustrating. you either have to "fit to screen" which will cut off parts of your photos and make them look like they are not centered, or you have to put up with 1 inch black lines on either side of the screen to get to 4:3 which leaves you with nothing but a strange looking 8.5 inch frame. my suggestion would be to pass on this and get something with a proper aspect ratio.