Kodak Pulse review
Good looking, easy to use and with built-in WiFi, the Pulse has a great-quality screen. However, the high price means it's not the best value.
Philips SPF7008 review
An easy-to-use photo frame with Bluetooth for easy uploads from mobile phones, but it's let down by mediocre image quality.
Samsung SPF-105P review
The SPF-105P has a big, high-quality screen, but it's ruined by a long list of design flaws.
Sony DPF-X800 review
Excellent image quality, but the 8in widescreen display means photos end up pretty small. Ultimately, it’s just too expensive.
Jessops 8" Digital Picture Frame review
Its slideshows run too fast for our liking, but otherwise this is an excellent photo frame at an amazingly low price.
Sony DPF-X1000N review
Staggeringly expensive for something as simple as a digital photo frame, but for those who want the best, this is undoubtedly it.
Kodak EasyShare S730 review
The screen is on the small side, but exquisite image quality and an integrated battery make it worth considering.
Kodak EasyShare D1030 review
A big screen for a reasonable price, but it doesn't have many features and image quality isn’t up to much.
Toshiba Journe Air 801 review
An ambitious product with lots of interesting features, but it’s clumsy to use and image quality is poor
Philips SPF4008 digital photo frame review
The controls could be better laid out, but otherwise this affordable, attractive frame delivers the goods.
Jessops 10.4" Hi-Res 2GB Frame review
Hannspree SD8073 review
Sony S-Frame DPF-X1000 review
Jessops 10.4" Acrylic LCD Picture Frame review
Sapphire DPF-T10 review
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