Summary: I got a "10.1 inch" frame as a birthday present. The quality of the images is quite good, although not quite up to the standard of contemporary smart phones or tablet computers. The random play feature is very handy for an unattended display of photos -- I have my frame set up on the mantle showing photos of the family. The frame allows you to put pictures in different folders which, at first glance, looks like a great way to organize different groups of photos.
Limited number of images can be handled by this frame
Carol R, Amazon
5 February 2013
Summary: Received this frame as a Christmas gift from my husband. The specs state that the frame supports up to a 32gb SDHC card, which I promptly ordered from Amazon. To my chagrin, after spending lots of time over 2 days resizing images (in order to fit all of our photos on the card), I find that the frame cannot support more than 9,999 images, no matter what size they are.
Summary: I have digital frames all over my house. I needed one for my office but I didn't want to spend a lot of money. So I started out trying the frames on Amazon in the $50-$75 range. Couldn't get any one of them (I tried 4) to do anything consistently, or play the file formats they claimed they would. So I had to bite the bullet and spend the extra money to get a real frame. And so far worth every penny. It plays all of the file formats it claims, without skipping a beat.