Summary: It does not play back all pictures for some reason. I have a few pictures that are in .jpg format and for some reason it just shows me a question mark. Oddly enough a cheap $40 frame I purchased at Target plays all of my pictures.
Summary: I bought this frame as a gift for Christmas. I carefully took it out of the box and hooked it up to the computer so that I could load images. The frame connects to your computer by way of a standard USB -> Mini USB cable.
Summary: As a wife of a professional photographer, I always need to thoroughly research any photo-related gift before purchasing. This frame is super-cool. It has a sleek black design - no cheap wood-looking plastic. The picture is amazing - no pixelation at all.
Summary: Amazon recently had a one day sale where they had this frame for under $70.00. I bought the frame at that time and have not been dissapointed. It is very easy to setup the frame and it does what it is supposed to do.
Summary: Good Points: Picture quality is great. It's easy to load pictures via computer our memory card. Bad Point: Compatability issues with pictures altered in Photoshop is a big problem. Worst Point: The lack of "randomness" in the random mode on this frame is frustrating and ridiculous.
Summary: I did quite a bit of online research before purchasing this frame. The thing that sold me on this versus other digital frames was that other reviewers talked about how easy it was to use. So true! I did not want to struggle with getting this to work and it really is very easy.
Summary: As others have said, this has the best image quality I've seen on a frame (better than lots of cheaper lcd tvs actually). It is night and day better than our previous frame. The border is clean, and the frame looks very smooth.