Me and my partner got this as a christmas gift and loved it ever since. We display our newest pictures from our current travels on it. It's a joy to look at.
The frame is loaded with features. For starters, it comes with 512MB of internal memory and built-in Wi-Fi. That 512MB allows you to store about 4,000 images resized to the frame's 800x480 resolution (the images will automatically resize when you copy them to the frame if you select that option from the settings menu). But if you want to show off more photos, the frame accepts all memory cards, including CompactFlash, MemoryStick, SD/SDHC, and xD-Picture cards. There's also a USB connector for plugging in thumbdrives (or your camera).
This frame, like several other new frames, uses a Touch Border interface; you touch the bezel to access menus and settings. With this frame, the various touch points along the bottom and right side of the frame light up when you touch the bezel. We're not sure about the whole touch-panel concept, but Kodak's is one of the best implementations we've seen, particularly because the touch points are sensitive and the frame is very responsive.
Pricewise it is quite expensive but as we got it as a gift we don't really mind :) But I have to say that there probably are cheaper options around if you're just looking for a frame to display your lovely holiday snaps or whatever. Keep your eyes open for that, other then that. enjoy!
Got this digital phto frame after searching the market for a very long time , not being totaly sure how they worked and what would be the best to go for wireless or one where you would need a flash drive/ memory card. But now I think wireless was the best option very easy to up load you photos to the Internet account and then you can access the pictures from any computer you just log on to kodak site very handy when you want to show friends pictures when your away from home. The picture quality is very good and the slide show can be slowed down or made faster you could even have one static piture if you want to. The frame can be hung on the wall or it has a stand, but bare in mind that you will need electric so unless you are able to hide the little cable you may want to place it on a side. The frame comes with a remote control such works very well the on screen instructions are very clear so you can read them from comfort of your chair. It has an internal memory that you can save pictures in or you can choose to use the online feature which the frame picks up from it's where you place it.