Summary: I bought this for my parents, for Christmas. In addition, I filled a SD Card with photos of our family so they would already have ones to look at before my dad put ones from his digital camera into the frame. The frame was touchy and difficult to use, inserting the SD card very difficult.
Summary: I bought two of these units, one worked and one did not. The one that did not work had a problem with the internal memory, it would only allow about one third of the memory to be used. I am very happy with the one that did work, the 800 x 600 definitely makes a difference.
Summary: My Westinghouse DPF-0801 Photoframe died after 9 months. When I contacted Westinghouse they told me it only had a 6 month warranty. So I asked them how much it would cost to fix it. Guess what? They do not have out-of-warranty service for this item!
Summary: I bought a Westinghouse Digital Picture Frame DPF-0801. It quit working 30 days after the 6 month warranty ran out. They will not do anything to replace or repair it. I bought a Westinghouse product because I thought they made good products. Unfortunately, I was wrong.
Summary: I have a Panasonic Lumix camera that records movies with sound. I've been trying to find a frame that will play those movies. I tried this frame at Best Buy and the sound played, but when I got the frame myself it didn't work.
Summary: This product is so defective it should be recalled. I can only display a maximum of 161 pictures, even if you have a 4GB SD card with over 1000 pictures, it will only display the first 161 pictures.
great frame, decent price, outstanding clarity for frame.
1 May 2007
Summary: This is a bit more in price than some of the smaller frames, but this one is outstanding in quality. Again, it has the standard multi-media card reader, MP3/MPEG playback, and 8mb internal memory (model 802 westinghouse has 128).
Mine sort of works; depends on serial number / firmware
2 February 2007
Summary: Mine works; displays images from either internal memory or memory cards; displays images I have "photoshopped" (since I level colors and color correct virtually every photo). It seems to be clear from the manual that the only digital image file format it supports is JPEG (files saved with the .jpg...
Summary: I have had absolutely none of the issues mentioned below. I loaded a bunch of pictures on a 1GB SD card that I bought, plugged it into the appropriate memory slot, turned it on, and presto! My pictures were there and they looked great.