Summary: Framechannel made it a breeze to use and combined pictures from many sources along with weather and other useful data. We even bought a second one for my wife parents so they could always have up-to-date pictures. Now that FrameChannel went under things are a lot more difficult.
Summary: I've only been using this frame for a few days but happy with it. Setup wasn't too bad. I did have one problem with it. When I would go to pictures and videos it would freeze at an hourglass until it would restart and go to the internal memory.
Summary: I recently got married and my wife and I moved 500 miles away to start new jobs. We got these wireless picture frames for our parents to be able to sent them pictures of us across the internet and display them in their homes. The frames come with a few colored trim pieces which my mom loved.
Summary: I especially like my frame on the wall, although it can sit on desk or shelf. I have bought 3 over the past year and a half, one for myself and two as gifts. I like playing my Kodak Gallery as well as my Facebook pics and videos. That includes pictures shared to you.
Summary: I love the idea, and I saw features both before and after the firmware upgrade so Kodak is definitely trying because the second firmware adds a lot... but essentially it's still a little quirky.
Summary: The frame worked great for a little over a year then it crashed and could not reboot. After numerous calls to Kodak, Kodak Tech reps said they could not fix the frame and offered a 10% discount on my next Kodak frame. I will not be using that discount.
Pretty decent as long as you don't overpay for it!
Amazon Customer, Amazon
6 August 2010
Summary: I bought this for less than fifty bucks about a year ago from elsewhere. The picture quality is pretty decent. The biggest pro is the built in wi-fi. You can go to [...] and register your frame and then enter that information in the frame.
Summary: The frame looks great and displays photos nicely. My main complaint is that connecting to a network is cumbersome and if the network is unavailable no photos from the web are displayed. It either doesn't store the photos internally or doesn't let you see them when disconnected.
Friends and Family send pictures to my frame with ease
David Lowe "WebYoda, Inc", Amazon
17 June 2010
Summary: Ok, regarding the negative reviews in the past, you must note that they are all ones that did not have the upgrade applied to this frame. I purchased this frame on sale for $69.99, and for a wifi/internet-ready frame, it is a steal.