Alert: No Warranty Pandigital Chapter 7 Bankruptcy July 2012
8 March 2013
Summary: Pandigital made acceptable digital photoframe products - we own several. They also made a full line of Android Media Tablets, Color eReaders, Personal Scanners. Be advised the company closed its doors in July 2012 and liquidated its assets under Chapter 7 Bankruptcy proceedings and terminated all warranty and service support for its products. If you buy this product, you will have NO manufacturer warranty support.
Summary: Got this for my grandma who is always asking for our pictures and has no hint of technology anywhere in her life... - The screen quality is not great, somewhat poor pixel count, but hanging on the wall and viewing from atleast a foot or two away it looks ok, it could be worse... It is plenty bright, although there is a little bit of back light bleed around the edges. - I don't use the internal storage, so no comments on that (a source of complaints from others here) ...
Summary: My brother bought this for his wife as a Christmas gift. The first digital frame (we returned this one) has issues with the month of December, it's missing. It only displays 11 months, not 12. I set it to 11:59 pm on November 30, 2011 and I hoped to fool into displaying December by rolling over from November into December. But noooo, it jumped all the way to January 1, 2012. Hmmmmmm....
Summary: Truthfully deserves ZERO STARS. DO NOT BUY IT!! RUN away from this frame, don't WALK!! It doesn't even come with a USB cable, although you are supposed to use a USB connection to "easily drag and drop pictures" to and from your desktop and this digital frame from HELL. When you hook it up via USB on a Mac... good luck securing a connection that lasts more than 2 seconds.
Summary: We got this for my mom so she could have a regularly rotating view of the grandkids. It worked all the way up to Christmas morning, when she opened it and viewed the images we had preloaded it with. Upon adding the Christmas day images, the whole Flash storage mechanism became completely corrupted. In Windows Explorer, when it was plugged in, the drive name and every folder name was just a bunch of weird characters.
Summary: I purchased this as a gift and wanted to get it all set up with pictures - first thing it wouldn't stay standing even after extending it and then the stand broke off completely. When going thru the set up it repeatedly froze on me. I am returning it. I would absolutely not recommend this to anyone.
Summary: I have been using the Pandigital PI7002AW Digital Frame for the last year. It has been durable and continues to work and look as good as when purchased. In order to get the photos to display optimally, it does require cropping (or resizing) the pictures to approximately 480 x 234 pixels to match the LCD screen resolution, but once you do this you can fit a lot of photos on the internal memory.
Summary: My mother in law bought this as a gift for my sister in law and asked me to set it up. This was a good thing because I told her how bad it was and kept her from giving an embarrassingly bad gift. It has stupid dimensions, HUGE or weird shaped pixels; everything has jaggies. Even the preloaded sample/example pictures were horrible, if the manufacturer can't get their own shots to turn out decently, how good do you think yours will be?