Summary: For a photo frame for the living room o your bedroom is an excellent choice, the only problem at least for me that I don't like the light in my bedroom, I never could to shutdown the SONY Logo light.
Summary: We got this for my in-laws, and it works reliably and was not hard to load with pictures or set up. The grandparents love being able to see a slide show of the kids, and it's easy to add new photo files any time. This is the best frame of its type out there.
Summary: This is a nice photo frame, sold at a reasonable price and very easy to operate. I bought this for my wife as a gift and she really likes it. The is just one problem that I see - if you have to look up at the pictures (frame is on a book shelf just above eye level)the quality of the display degrades...
Summary: I did a lot of research and ended up getting this digital frame as a present for my mother-in-law. When it arrived, I fell in love with it and ended up buying another one for my own mother. The design/style is more appropriate for an office vs. home.
Summary: This frame was easy to set up and use, though I had trouble figuring out some of the functions, like rotating pictures. My first frame, and had it up and running in no time. Very nice picture quality. Like the remote control.
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: I just got finished figuring out this device. I purchased it a few weeks ago and didn't have time to sit down and work things out. My problems boiled down to (a) saving images in a form that would work with the frame, and (b) figuring out the controls--those are clearly the products' two main...