Summary: This item belongs in the junk yard. The remote control does not work as the manual describes. The photos look horrible if they are displayed at all. The slideshow sometimes works but mostly does not. I do not recommend this item to anyone.
Summary: I bought this item about 6 months ago for mom. I finally got it out of the box to prepare it for Christmas present. It was VERY easy to setup, scanned pictures look fantastic and would never suggest another digital photo frame.
Summary: I was expecting the "clock and calendar" to be a semi-transparent overlay on my slide-show photos. Instead, the clock/calendar seems to overlay only on that single image as shown in the product description photo. The base/stand seems to be sturdy enough.
Better than I expected given the reviews on this site.
Dale DePriest, Amazon
28 April 2008
Summary: This unit has many features not found on other digital frames. I like the built in battery. It permits sharing a picture with friends around a room or taking the unit to your computer to reload the images.
Summary: Excellent resolution at 800X600. Rechargeable battery onboard so you can pass hand-to-hand or leave in charging cradle/display holder and leave on a bookcase. Sound is OK--what do you expect from itty-bitty speakers. Has all the bells and whistles. I got it on sale at $99--regular price is $299.
Summary: Ugh. Cheap plastic base, screen overly glossy and is a fingerprint magnet, awful washed-out picture colors out of the box (can be improved with contrast and brightness controls but the results are never anywhere close to pleasing).
Summary: Specs say that it will auto rotate to picture orientation. Tried unsuccessfully to get this function to work. Sent first frame back thinking it was a defect, but second frame the same way, sent back also.
Summary: I Got this product today and trust me I am returning it today itself. This is the most bad product in terms of quality and usability. First of all the remote won't work then the touch scren buttons are so bad that your fingers will hurt. You have to press them really hard.