Summary: I bought it as a gift for my daughter and to check it out to see if I'd like one too. Well, I've been "borrowing it just to see how it works". I like it very much. It'd be nice if I could put music to it. Picture quality is very good. I haven't tried other frames so I can't compare.
Summary: I have not tried other reviews so I do not know how this product may compare withother products. Over all, I am very satisfied. The main thing, as mentioned in many other reviews, is that image editing programs may change the pic file into a form the frame will not display.
Great product. One amongst many that are out there!
7 November 2009
Summary: Liked the quality very much. Wish it had audio and video capability. Given the sheer volume of digital pictures an average individual nowadays collects or has already, it would be imperative that we review and enjoy them with least effort or burden as possible. Otherwise, we would never do it.
Summary: this is a great digital frame. i wish it already came with bluetooth. the clock/picture mode is annoying, though. as it cycles thru the pictures it loads with the picture. its not a constant image like the calendar.
Summary: Overall, I really like the Sony DPF. I gave one to my husband and my mother. They both love them. PROS: -easy to load pictures into frame -nice picture quality; good color contrast and sharpness -black frame is stylish and will fit with most decors CONS: -random feature is not very random.
Summary: I also own a Kodak M1020 frame which I'll use for comparison. Both frames are very good and it really depends on features and appearance of the frame that appeals to you. I got the Kodak M1020 dirt cheap so I would call it the better value, but the Sony has a faster processor and slightly better...