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Kodak Pulse 7-Inch Wi-Fi Digital Frame with Custom e-Mail Address for Immediate Sharing
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- 7 in. (17.8 cm) high-quality digital photo display
- Receive pictures via e-mail, Facebook and Kodak Gallery sites. Quick comment feature for Facebook.
- Wi-Fi enabled
- 512 MB of internal memory
- USB port and 2 card slots to add pictures from other sources
- Built-in activity sensor turns the frame on when you're nearby and conserves energy when you're not
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|Connectivity Technology||USB port, Secure Digital (SD), Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC), Multimedia Card (MMC), Memory Stick (MS), MS PRO/MS PRO DUO, XD-Picture Card (xD).|
|Digital Storage Capacity||512 MB|
|Included Components||Kodak Pulse 7 inch Digital Frame - Power Adapter|
|Item Dimensions||3 x 8.75 x 7 inches|
|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.55 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Get pictures from anyone, anywhere. Automatically.
The Kodak PULSE Digital Frame wirelessly receives an endless stream of pictures from the most popular online places. Your ultimate photo collection, right in your home and at your fingertips.
New photos you took this weekend. A sweet shot your sister captured on her smartphone. Fresh pictures your friends just posted to Facebook. With the new Kodak PULSE Digital Frame, they’re automatically uploaded and ready for you to enjoy. It wirelessly receives an endless stream of pictures from all the people in your life, constantly refreshing your photo collection. And with a tap of its touchscreen you can send a comment and let everybody know just how much you enjoyed their photos. The PULSE Digital Frame gives you a two-way connection to family and friends.
Makes a great gift!
Staying connected with family and friends is always in season. Keep Mom up to date with everything you’ve been up to (well, maybe not everything!) or send pictures of the kids as they grow to the grandparents. No matter where your friendsa and family are, you can share your pictures directly to the Kodak PULSE digital frame. The activation code on the box easily lets you set up the frame for someone else—no need to unpack the frame. Then just wrap it up and give the gift of pictures!
Sharing Features- Socially connected, endlessly refreshed\
- High-quality touchscreen- Control your pictures with a touch
- Pause the slideshow, glide through pictures, set slideshow styles and more
- Built-in Wi-Fi- Wirelessly add pictures from your collection or receive pictures from friends and family
- 512 MB internal memory-
- Stores up to 4000 pictures
- As pictures arrive, they are automatically resized and stored on the frame
- Easily manage the pictures at your www.kodakpulse.com account
- Easy to set up- no subscription required
- Hassle-free setup in just 3 steps. There’s no software to install—just follow the on-screen instructions:
- Plug in and touch “start”
- Choose your wireless network
- Go to www.kodakpulse.com to enter your activation code
- No additional fees for emailing or receiving pictures
- Energy minded- ENERGY STAR® qualified
- Built-in activity sensor turns the frame on when you’re nearby and conserves energy when you’re not
What’s in the box?
KODAK PULSE Digital Frame
Power adapter and plug
Quick Start Guide
1All KODAK Cameras manufactured in 2011 or later.
Top Customer Reviews
Design wise it is a nice looking frame with a glossy black front and a chrome strip running around the edge. It reminds a lot of the iPhone aesthetic. I especially like the fact that the Kodak logo on the front of the frame is very subtle. On the back of the frame is a door that covers the memory card / USB jump drive slots, a power button, and a status check button. The frame is primarily controlled via its touch screen and the Kodak Pulse website. The touch screen itself is very nicely done. It's quite accurate and responds to the first touch most of the time. You can swipe your finger across the screen to flick through the photos like an iPhone too. While the frame is light in weight the built quality is nice and it feels solid. To store your photos there is 512MB of internal memory, and my 2,510 photos are using 56% of the available memory.
Once you take your frame out of the box and plug it in it prompts you to enter your Wi-Fi information. The process is simple and it walks you through step-by-step. I was able to connect it to both a NETGEAR and Apple Airport router without problems. Both routers have a hidden SSID and WPA2 security. Once you have successfully connected the frame to your network, you are provided an activation number, and are directed to the frame's website.
You add pictures via several methods; 1) directly from your computer via the website, 2) from a memory card and/or USB jump drive, 3) from your Facebook and/or Kodak Gallery accounts, 4) from a custom e-mail address just for the frame.Read more ›
Setting up the Pulse is easy and takes about 10 minutes from unboxing it to displaying photos on it. The frame first connects to the internet via your WiFi and then displays an activiation code. You then go to [...] and create a user account and email address by keying in this activation code. After that you can start emailing photos to your new email account. In addition you can also have it display photos from your facebook or Kodak Gallery accounts.
The Pulse has worked great for me with both photos emailed to it and from a facebook account. It has all the usual slots in the back so you can run a slideshow off a flashcard too. A nice feature of the Pulse is that you can sort the photos displayed on it based on who emailed them to you. Tapping on a photo shows who sent it, when it was sent and the subject line of the email when it was sent to you.
My one concern with the Pulse is with wireless connectivity. Where we originally wanted to put the Pulse our computers, cellphones, etc., easily get WiFi coverage but for some reason the Pulse can't. We moved it across the room and it got coverage but it's strange that it had a problem when other devices didn't. Other than that, however, the frame has been perfect.Read more ›
Please note that I actually bought a Second Pulse frame from a local store because I couldn't believe the issues I was encountering. With both frames running side by side it is pretty certain that the issues I am experiencing are not isolated to just my frame or frames, but rather are shortcomings in how Kodak has set up the frames and their intended interaction - or lack thereof - with the Kodak Pulse website.
Here are the fundamental issues and problems:
- Pulse Frames do not return information to the Kodak Website.
- Kodak Website's report of photos on the Frames may not be correct.
- No ability for remote delete of ALL Pulse Frame photos.
- No ability for remote awarness of incomplete transfer.
- No refresh from server option on the Pulse Frame
- No thumbnail review on Pulse Frames.
- Poor transceiver strength.
- Very limited transition options between photos.
- With no folders, the claim of 4000 pictures would be a confusing mess.
Kodak has setup the Pulse Website to be one-way communication to the frames. You upload your pictures to the website or email them, and the Website sends them to the frame, and reports to you how many pictures are on the frame. But this isn't always true as it is strictly based on the photos received by the Kodak Website.
In testing , I would upload 40 pictures at a time and found that repeatedly the frames (both of them) would each receive only about 4 to 6 of those uploaded pictures, yet the website would tell me that all 40 pictures were there.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome, Awesome! I don't know how I didn't know about this sooner. I'm buying morePublished 3 months ago by Donna
This is a GREAT produce BUT it is discontinued and not supported by KODAK!!Published 3 months ago by Expect the Best
Buyer beware when purchasing this item USED!!!! I bought a used digital picture frame and guess what? It didnt work. Apparently, this is a big scam.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Don't buy this. Kodak as pretty much abandoned the pulse site for uploading pictures (It's java..and all the latest browsers I've tried hate it). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gregory Brown
We bought this frame for my dad who lives far away and doesn't see the grandkids very often. It was a great idea and he loved it for the 5 months that it worked. Read morePublished 5 months ago by da dumais
DON'T BUY THIS FRAME. This should be sold only with a warning label -- AS IS, IF IT WORKS. As I write (February, 2016), there hasn't been service available for about FOUR YEARS. Read morePublished 6 months ago by GT77