Summary: This was my third Westinghouse LCD Picture frame (purchased all because I thought they looked the nicest at the time). ALL of the Westinghouse digital frames died within a year. I WILL NEVER AGAIN BUY ANYTHING FROM WESTINGHOUSE.
Summary: I was delighted with the quality of the pictures, even though there is a limited viewing angle. However shortly after receiving the frame it started to malfunction. There seems to be a problem with the frames ability to read memory cards.
Summary: I purchased this product from Best Buy and had to return it twice for a replacement. I finally returned to the store a third time due to ongoing problems and even the "Geek Squad" could not get the unit to load files properly from a flash drive.
Summary: Bought as a gift for my mom for grandkid pics. Out of the box it did not work - nothing, no picture. Exchanged it. Next one worked for one week until the power plug outlet became detached from casing and fell inside of unit so the power plug had nothing to plug into. Returned it for refund.
Summary: This is the biggest piece of electronic junk that I have ever bought. They started for over $300 and it appears that the price can't get low enough. Very user unfriendly with terrible instructions. Ours worked (if you call it that) for about a year then crashed. Garbage with a short warranty.
Summary: I bought my frame new off ebay from someone who was very happy with his own. The directions are very poorly written and online is no help, but with some teamwork and brainstorming, we figured it out.
Summary: Despite getting this at roughly half price, I would definitely not buy again: - Starting up the frame is hard, and complex. Here's the process for starting a slideshow with a usb flash drive: Hold the power button for 5 seconds. Await start up. Push the exit button (2nd from bottom) 3 times.
Summary: When I first set the frame up I was very happy. It's nice and large and not to difficult for me to operate. I like the resolution too. However, it seems that after about an hour or so of running it will freeze on a picture (distorting the photo by splitting it) and just lock up the frame.
Summary: i am thoroughly enjoying the digital picture frame from westinghouse. a good value for the money. takes a little time to figure out the menu and controls but with a little effort it becomes pretty easy. Good resolution if the picture is quality. quite a few features to play with.
Summary: I received the DPF-1411 as a gift. It started acting up on the first loading of photos. The honchos at Westinghouse have no shame. They have no qualms about ruining the name of an all-american prestigious company by contracting with a substandard chinese manufacturer, skipping QC wholeheartedly,...