Summary: I don't know if the digital frame was cheaply made or the seller, Discounts Jungle, packaged it poorly, but TWO frames came broken (separated corner on frame and remote) and missing products (the stand). For the price of this frame I would expect a much sturdier product. If you are buying from Discounts Jungle read the return/replacement section prior to placing your order.
Lasted less than 1 year and Pandigital service is a joke
10 November 2011
Summary: I purchased this digital frame from Amazon on November 29, 2010. I gave it to my wife for her office at Chrismas. The screen went blank sometime in September and after procrastinating I finally got around to calling Pandigital Customer Support 1-800-715-5354. The rep told me to take the AC power supply to a computer repair shop and have them test the voltage and he asked that I confirm not just that electricity was passing through the AC cable, but I needed to get the...
Good For the Price, Lots of Storage Room, Sorting Photos?
Mom of Twins, Amazon
13 August 2011
Summary: I didn't want to pay a fortune for a digital frame and have little desk space at work. Consumer Reports rated this one highly for lower-cost frames. Pros: Price Appearance (looks pretty snazzy) Picture Quality Memory Remote Control WITH magnetized storage Size (good for small desks) Securely packaged If you are comfortable using a USB connector (the one that came with my own digital camera worked fine) loading photos is quite easy - use it with Windows Explorer and just...
Summary: I thought the reviews that complained of hard to use buttons and the remote not being picked up by the frame were just people being picky. They weren't and I wish I'd listened. Loading photos is fairly simple. Put in a memory card or hook up your camera directly and import photos. Ignore the instructions to load pictures from your computer because its a load of crap. Once your pictures are loaded you are up the creek.
Summary: Summary: Overall a great value with some minor quirks. Loading photos was easy. If you have the right mini USB cable (I had one on hand for a USB drive), you can plug it in so that it appears as an external drive on your PC. (It also supports an SD card, but I didn't try that.) I used a Mac, and it was very simple. After mounting the drive (just plug it in!), delete the demo photos and copy your photos to the drive. Umount the drive, and you're good to go.
Summary: Works very nicely for pictures. Good viewability. Easy to understand instructions and menus. Trying to understand it's movie format and get something that works with that is nigh on impossible.