Summary: I was satisfied with the quality of most pictures, but 2 or 3 seem to have compressed the photo so that people with rather oval faces appeared shorter, or round. The printed original picture was true to form. The calendar and clock was a surprise. I like the size and clarity of the time, but don't need the calendar. It detracts from the rotating pictures.
Summary: The few pictures that would display looked great. I love the resolution but hate that I can only see 4 of the 21 JPEGS I uploaded. I used files sizes that ranged from 142K to 9 megs but the results were the same. The set up is easy to use but if you can't see most of the pic on file, the thing is somewhat useless. The instructions say that images are OK up to 4000 pixels, this is not the case. It there is a simple way to fix this I would love to know.
Summary: I read the reviews saying this product generally was dead in less than six months. I am not sure why I thought I would give it a try anyway (maybe the price point?). The first unit I received was DOA, The second one the buttons/setup did not work except for time length of photo display, but the display was excellent - crisp and clear. I just left it alone happy to have it rotate through my many gigabytes of photos.
Summary: I bought two of these. In the one that worked I placed a 8GB Kingston 4 SDHC Flash Memory Card and loaded 181 pictures on it. Since I read the reviews before buying the frame, before loading the pictures I re-sized them so they would display properly...800 wide x 600 tall (in pixels). I used MS Paint to re-size them since that is the only photo editor I have. The SDHC card goes in the slot upside down with the angled corner going into the frame.
Summary: I'd like to like it, but it's a pain to pre-crop/size so that it doesn't throw the aspect ratio off, and the controls are abysmal. The cord is also fine, as long as you want to MOUNT IT ON YOUR ELECTRIC SOCKET. Not too bad for the price at the time.
Summary: I got this as a way to get many pictures to my 85 year old mother… It drove me crazy setting it up. It seems straight forward but the unit and its buttons are erratic doing unexpected things at times. Really frustrating to get time laps pictures to not jump to an incorrect starting point. No clue why it did that. God forbid my mom bumps a button… she will never get it back to normal operation. And that power cord, way to short and useless without an extension cord.
Summary: This is a great picture frame. It has a menu that is button driven and helps to set up the frame easily and quickly. Putting the pictures on the frame is as easy as putting in the memory card. It works and works well. It is a great way to display all those digital pictures you have but don't look at. Want new pictures, swap out the memory card for a new one with different pictures. A great way to share pictures!
Summary: Photos on this frame really look nice, almost like it is a picture in a regular frame rather than digital. However, if you have a newer camera with a lot of megapixels this frame might not be able to display them. The frame has a maximum image resolution of 4,000 x 4,000 anything bigger than that and you see a red circle with a line through it on the screen. My camera shoots 24MP (6,000 x 4,000) pictures so they won't display on this frame.