Excerpt: This review is for the Samsung SPF-72H digital photo frame. I want to explain what a digital photo frame is first and basically it is a device which is electrical and you can simply put a memory card into the side of the device with as many pictures as you can store and this photo frame will keep on switching pictures so you never have the same picture being shown.
Pros: The ability to have pictures change when you want them to
Cons: The big pictures you upload take along time to change and the price
Summary: This attractive little gadget really is simple to use and its picture quality is better than that of its competitors. A larger screen would be nice (but perhaps much more expensive). There are just two mounting alignments (portrait or landscape) and no angle adjustment (but I soon forgot to worry about that). The memory slot is rear-mounted (for beauty?) and parallel to the case, hence a little bit fiddly for those with ten thumbs.
Summary: Very disappointed with this... I wanted a frame that was very easy to use for my technophobe mother and, although the picture quality was very good, and the slideshow started straightaway, it was very slow and I had numerous problems. I was particularly keen on the auto-rotation feature - a previous reviewer said that it automatically recognised EXIF rotations. This didn't work at all. So I rotated them on the PC instead.
Summary: Excellent photo frame. Due to my fiddling intentions though - I looked up the latest firmware which promptly rendered it unusable. Off to samsung to be repaired at the moment. While it worked - The pictures were bright, colourful, and very sharp. It is very good resolution. The user interface could do with some work as it is not very intuitive, but for doing the job it was intended to do - it's great. Especially like the automatic, timed on/off feature. Very good frame .
Summary: I must admit I am baffled by some of the bad comments this product has received. So let's have a general overview before a summarisation. I am not going to go into depth of how certain manufactures use other manufactures basic displays or am I going to deliberate on the quality of components used by budget vendors compared with "quality" vendors.
Summary: I bought this as a Christmas present for someone but when we opened the box on the day there was no power cable, which kind of ruined things..... I had a cable for America/Europe though, only problem is it doesn't reach that far! Moral of the story is to break the seal before you wrap a present! Prompt collection & refund by Amazon though..... still didn't help on the day mind you. Its now January 21st but still no refund from Amazon......
Summary: I was given this as a Christmas presents. First impression was good looking frame. The silver gives it a slick and minimilistic look. The picture quality is very good. My 2 draw backs are that firstly it can only be powered by mains. Secondly, because ther eis no remote control you have to fiddle with the buttons on the side of the frame.
Summary: I have to say I am disappointed with the performance and set-up of this digital photo frame. It took me two goes to copy photos into the frame memory from my computer via USB and to this day I still think it was responsible for doing something irreparable to my computer, resulting in me having to reformat the whole system. Once the pictures are in (if you don't have SD cards) the slide shows are slow or erratic, and the menu isn't as intuitive as one might hope.
Summary: After reading rave reviews for this item I ordered it and gave it as a gift to my daughter. She was delighted until the following day when she tried to set it up. It was supplied with a european plug and therefore not suitable for U.K. use. I find this astounding as the information on this product stated "only available in U.K.