Summary: I, like many others, found this on sale last year at Target for a pretty good price. The screen size is not terribly big, but large enough so the images appear the size of 4x6 photos. The screen quality is just barely good enough at this resolution. If you look closely at the images you'll start to understand why a higher quality display is more desirable. Lines and edges of the photos are a little jaggy making the image slightly blurred.
Summary: We saw these on clearance at Target for $18 each so picked up 8 to give to family members at xmas. We were loading up 2GB SD cards with photos prior to sending them out so we unpackaged and tested them. The first few we tested would all fail after an hour or so of displaying pictures from a 2GB card. The SD cards are brand new and work fine in everything else and since the same issue happened with each unit we ended up taking them all back.
Summary: I got this for half the suggested retail, and I'm glad I didn't pay a penny more. "High resolution" is only high in that 480 and 234 are high numbers for little kids to count to. And they (or folks who need glasses) are the only ones who would not see the poor image resolution. Since I got it cheap, and besides the very misleading "high resolution" it works as advertised, I give it a couple stars. _If_ it lasts 18+ months maybe it could earn another star.
Summary: I did not read the small print on the size. It said to display pictures I was thinking 3X5 or 4X6 size wise. They are small and portable. The kid still like them but the pictures are small for those that need something bigger for failing eye site.