Kodak EasyShare P750 Review



Simple setup, ease of use, and fast image transfer are all features that users mention repeatedly in customer reviews. This frame displays photos in the more confusing "date modified" rather than "date taken" order, but its 800x600 resolution, 2GB memory, Energy Star rating, and remote control translate to a high quality product at an affordable price.

The Kodak EasyShare P750 may be the perfect digital frame for people who aren't all that tech-savvy. Numerous users who have posted Kodak digital frame reviews at Best Buy rave that it's exceptionally easy to set up the EasyShare P750 and transfer images. In addition, consumers posting Kodak digital frame reviews on Amazon admire the screen quality, saying photos look lifelike and are rendered in true colors.

The basic Kodak EasyShare P750 (starting at $77, Amazon) is a 7-inch frame with 800x600 resolution and a 4:3 aspect ratio. It holds images only and is compatible with the JPEG and EXIF file formats. At 2GB, it has the largest internal memory of any model on our list. It also supports external memory with a USB port and a memory card slot. This frame carries a one-year warranty and is the only one on our list that is Energy Star qualified, meaning it uses very little power. It also comes with a remote control.

This frame is straightforward and easy to use, even for those who aren't tech-oriented. The internal memory is the most we've seen in the budget price range and we love the one-year warranty. Users have mostly good things to say about the frame, calling its image quality clear and vivid. Our bottom line: This cheap digital picture frame is an excellent choice.

Raechel Conover

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