Advantages Easy to use, looks the part and a good size memory
Disadvantages No internal power supply, can take a while to read images
|Value for Money|
Remember the old days when some people had lots of different coloured photo frames splattered on almost every inch of there walls just so they could display all their precious pictures.
Well, times have changed and those walls can now be cleared of those un-matching frames whilst still being able to display the same photos for all to admire. And the reason for being able to clear your walls is the great invention known as the digital Photo frame, which there are many of on the market these days.
But the digital photo frame I am going to tell you about today is from the well known camera company called Kodak, the frame itself being called the Kodak Easyshare.
Uploading your images onto the frame can be done either by a USB cable, (not supplied) or via the many memory cards/sticks which this frame is compatible with.
It is just a matter of plugging in your chosen method to upload and a little it of patience.
Although initially I did have a few niggles using a USB cable as my PC failed to recognise the unit, but all that took was a quick ’upgrade’ from the Kodak site and everything was fine from then on.
There is a couple of downsides to this frame, the first being that as it doesn’t have an internal battery it must be plugged in to use. The other downside is that if you unplug it then, depending on how many images are on the frame, it does take a while to read the images before starting the slideshow.If you can forgive those slight downsides then this frame will not disappoint at all.
I could go into detail here about how to use this digital picture frame, such as how to upload your images, how to delete unwanted images or even how to set the slide show settings, but this would all be padding. So, which is probably better all round, I have found a link to the Kodak easy share user guide… the link being…
In all, this may not be the best digital photo frame on the market and it isn’t the type that will allow you to manually manipulate your images without the use of a PC, but for the price it is a cracking little deal indeed.So if you just want a neat looking frame which will sit on your shelf/ fire surround then shop around and get yourself one for around the £40 mark for a new one, but, you may just see one on sale somewhere.
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Kodak EasyShare P725 7 inch high-resolution Digital Photo Frame, with 4000 image storage capacity - Black
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