Reviews and Problems with SmartParts 7-inch Digital Picture Frame
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Inexpensive and simple but lacks needed features and resolution
Jon L. Runnels, Amazon
9 October 2008
Summary: This is a VERY basic frame with very limited features. It is fairly simple to use: just copy your pictures to a SD card (I used 1G) and plug it in. It will automatically begin playing. However, that's where the "good" ends. There is no USB interface to connect it to your PC. Also even though the documentation states that you can download editing software from the vendor's site, the software isn't there. Worse, the frame is no longer listed.
Summary: Received item w/ scratches and appeared used or a return. Poor quality frame. I bought this for a gift but felt quality was too cheap and damaged to give away. Also, would never buy from Adorama. Wouldn't cover the shipping costs even though they sent me a defective product.
Summary: The frame was very basic and had to be on all the time unless you took it of the wall to reach the off button. It burned out and quit working after 8 months. I wouldn't buy another of their frames at half price.
Summary: I got the frame as a gift for my mom. She really likes it and it was very affordable compared to others. I would recommend. Good While it Lasted, June 18, 2010 UPDATED This review is from: Smartparts SPDPF70EW 7-Inch black digital frame: I'll give the unit a star for every year in use. I gave it 2 stars because that is long it has lasted. Bought the frame as a Mother's Day gift and my mom has enjoyed it.
Summary: I purchased this frame unsure if I even wanted one. See I bought 2 friends digital frames for Christmas because they are always pulling out their digital cameras to show us pictures. After listening to them rave about their gifts, I decided I will buy one for myself except they had tripled in price (different brand, much larger frame). Of course I settled for buying a less expensive frame (which meant a smaller frame)so I chose this one.