Summary: We were missing the charging cable to the frame. So, I put batteries in it, and it will only display 3 picture and then the thing shuts off! I put brand new batteries in it, and the same thing happened! I bought this as a gift for my mom, and she hasn't even been able to use it.
Summary: I got this for my brother for christmas. he's a little behind the times. so, I'm hoping this frame doesn't disappoint. It's suppose to have a large memory & accepts SD cards - those are the reasons I bought it. He hasn't said it wasn't what he wanted.
Summary: Can't complain when the other frames in the same price range have no memory. The screen is the tiniest bit boxy, but only when you're up close. If you read the specs, they are spot on, so if that's what you're looking for, buy it. If you want more, pay more.
Summary: For a 5.6" frame this product takes the cake. I researched a lot of frames to purchase as a Christmas gift and I settled on this one. It is 800x600, 4:3 ratio, not those annoying widescreen ones that resize your photos. Westinghouse is a great brand.
Summary: The product would be great if it played jpg's stored/copied from a computer. It will only play pictures taken from a camera on that card. Once the pictures are uploaded to a computer and downloaded to a card in the same format-jpg, it will not recognize the file.
Summary: This is a nice entry-level digital frame. I transferred jpegs to the onboard memory without a hitch using a USB "mini" cable (not included). It was no more difficult than moving files to a "jump drive".
Summary: In the manual this claims 640x480 resolution, which is better than many at this size that are 324x234, like my brother's pandigital. This model is from westinghouse, a company I actually trust for a good value in electronics.