Summary: I thought it would take a memory stick and that I could be choose which photos to look at and control how long each one would be on the screen.(That is to say I expected to be able to have one picture on the screen for several hours). It is expensive and not good value for money.
Summary: I mainly chose this photo frame due to its low price, being confident that a Sony screen could only be of a satisfying resolution. Well, well, well, actually the resolution is very poor and pixellised and I am surprised a brand like Sony put its name on such a very low quality photo display.
Summary: This model compares unfavourably with ones I have bought before (Sony E72N). It is not compatible with a standard memory stick (Sony) nor USB connection. It has a wide plug which means you cannot use a second plug in a double socket. It only shows pictures in landscape format and does not allow images to be stored, so any picture card has to be committed to the device whilst it is in use. Hard to believe so many design faults in a Sony product.