Conclusion: Digital photo frames have developed something of a bad rep in recent years. Perhaps its due to the market being flooded with poor quality models, or maybe it has something to do with Chinese photo frames being loaded with the rather-nasty Mocmex computer virus a few years back. Whatever the reason, digital frames have gone from liked to loathed - to the extent that when 2,000 people were asked to name their most unwelcome Christmas gifts in a 2010 survey, digital photo...
Excerpt: On test here is the Kodak Pulse 10.4 inch Digital Photo Frame which features Wi-Fi connectivity, a 10.4 inch touchscreen, links with Facebook and is available for around £150. Does the frame justify its high price?
Pros: Can set automatic switch on/off time, Display is of excellent quality, Easy to set up
Cons: Expensive, Can't change settings via the frame
Summary: It's about a year since I last looked at a digital photo frame . The latest incarnation from Kodak has a number of excellent innovations that make loading your images that much easier and at the same time provide a marked improvement in the screen.