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: 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: Let's get serious, 90% of digital camera owners don't need super-mega-pixel displays for their photos. What they do need is a nice, tidy way to show off the 50 images of the newborn, the gag photos from the wedding reception and a few dozen more from their last vacation.
Summary: This is a good entry level frame. Screen resolution's not bad, and it will display nearly all of my pictures, irrespective of their resolution. However, I also suffered from the "card contains no pictures", until I figured out by chance how to solve this.
Summary: If you're like me, you probably had your last film camera about 3 years ago, and can't help but wonder if printing your digital picture in your local drugstore is the only answer to enjoy them off-line.