Rated 1 out of
I am in the Navy and spend several months away from my family at a time. My wife bought me this frame to post up in my rack when I'm on deployment. The frame looks nice. That is about the only thing it has going for it. The programming/ controls could be considered ancient by today's standards. The description says that it supports JPEG and BMP files. What it does not say is that unless you took the pictures using the minimum quality settings on the camera, they will be too large to be viewed on this frame. You get an error screen stating "Not Support." Have fun using the obsolete controls to delete all of those quality photos from the internal memory.
Date published: 2014-05-30
Rated 4 out of
You will like this frame. I looked a while before I bought it. It is simple to use with a USB drive loaded with pictures and has good transitions. Alos the size is good to use on a bookshelf. You can see the pictures pretty well from across the room.
Date published: 2012-06-17
Rated 2 out of
I was given two of these, not sure of model number, for Christmas presents two years ago. In general, I find the products to be useless. If recycling photos over and over again on a desk or wall mounted frame appeals to some, good for them. I tried it and found it boring and put it away.
The second problem is the very complex programming. It is too complicated for this layperson to figure out. The controls seem to be illogical. Maybe newer models have changed this.
Date published: 2011-10-10