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.
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.
Ignore old reviews - firmware update fixed everything
Just a guy, Amazon
25 January 2010
Summary: If I were you, I would ignore the older Amazon reviews. There is a new firmware update that really makes this frame amazing. Right out of the box, my frame found my WAP wifi in my house. It was a pain to enter the security key, but whatever - you only do that once.
Summary: I bought this frame as new year gift for my mother overseas. The wireless capability and the RSS feed are the most great things for me on this frame. I set it up when I was there and now I can easily feed the frame via web with recent photos of mine and she is amazed with that.
Best frame value by far if you need remote mgmt, Frame Channel is key
J. Hole, Amazon
16 January 2010
Summary: I purchased this frame for my elderly mother and father as they live out of town and are not able/comfortable with updating the Kodak M820 (same but no wifi) frame that we gave them for Christmas in 2008.
Summary: I bought this frame to automatically show my Flickr pictures. It connected to my wifi network seamlessly and I found it actually doesn't need to install any software on my Mac. The frame has a built-in webserver to configure it.
Summary: I got this today and I was able to set it up quickly and easily. Connected to my router with WPA, no problems. Then installed the Kodak software, which immediately saw the frame. I was going to configure folders to share to the frame, but found a much better option with FrameChannel, which is free.
Summary: I am puzzled by the negative reviews here. My suspicion is that some of these folks are technologically challenged or have their own wifi issues aside from the frame. I've had this for a week and LOVE it. (BTW - it DOES work for the MAC.