Summary: I Purchased this photo frame for my son that is in the Air Force stationed in Arizona, I figured he needed some pictures of family and freinds so I have been loading pictures and video on a memory card and I keep checking how they look on the frame, it is the best and clearest picture I have seen on...
Summary: I see a number of friends and families have electronic picture frames and I was now ready. I like that it is easy to load pictures to an sd card and update in just a few minutes. Then it is mostly plug and play but the menu selection if confusing on this model and takes a few clicks of the remote...
Summary: I purchased this picture frame for my mother as her Christmas present. She does love it and it sits on her desk at her work. The picture quality is great, but its not very customizable and its not the most user friendly of menus.
Summary: It looks great, the quality of the picture was very good. However, it didn't perform as it should have. The pictures would hang up and would not cycle through. It also had a stutter every now and then where the picture would have a flash. It would occasionally turn a picture sideways.
Summary: Piece of junk. There are MUCH better units on the market. Stay away from this unit and 47th St. Camera. I wish I had. Have to load each photo individually, then it will not display all that have been loaded. I used all .jpg images, resized them to 800x600.
Summary: I tried to get this picture frame to work on two PCs running XP. On one machine it would freeze up the mouse requiring a reboot. On the second it took multiple times connecting to a USB port until the drive was recognized.
Summary: The picture is great. I resized all of my pictures using a photoshop script so they wouldn't be too big. It is short on instructions and the interface is difficult to use, but nice looking, but after it's set up, it's a nice frame. This frame is 800x600 resolution and has decent transitions.
Summary: I'm not technically savvy, and I was thrilled at how easy it was to load photos onto this frame and ship it off as a gift to my Mom. She opened it while on the phone with me, I had her plug it in and turn it on, and the phone went silent..."Mom? Ma, are you there?