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Kodak Easyshare S730

Kodak Easyshare S730
alaAverage 3.7

24 reviews

Oct, 2014

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(Based on 24 reviews)

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Review: Kodak EasyShare S730 digital picture frame

 

This stylish, modern-looking, burgundy-bordered frame boasts a rechargeable battery.

Very easy to use ; Can run off battery

Software is Windows only ; Battery life is very limited ; A little expensive for its size and features

The S730's 7-inch, 800-by-480-pixel display produced excellent results in our tests, with natural-looking, vivid, and detailed pictures. It also displays video (in MOV, AVI, MPEG, and MPEG-4 formats) and plays MP3s with your slideshow or video. A...

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Review: Kodak EasyShare S730

 

Considering the features found on your typical digital photo frame, there's certainly a fine line between useful and useless. First and foremost, everyone seems to agree that a frame should display still images–and do so without unnecessary...

Stylish design and robust build ; Unique, easy-to-use interface ; Excellent display ; Supplied software adds some nice features

Display is a little small, and oddly sized for 4:3 images ; No interchangeable frames/mats

With a great design, straightforward menus, consistent performance, and some nice extras, it’s hard to find much to say against the Kodak EasyShare S730. A slightly larger screen at this price point would have been nice, and the 15:9 aspect ratio is a...

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Kodak EasyShare S730 digital photo frame review

 

For many the digital picture frame bubble has burst. What was once on the top of everyone's Christmas list, is now gathering dust on a mantelpiece, shoved aside by some fancy soft-focused canvas print. Photos frames, lets face it, aren't the most...

Looks great, single piece front, option to unplug it

Battery only gives you 1 hour, you'll have to deal with fingerprints from those touch controls

If you are in the market for a frame, there are so many to choose from. Others will offer online connections and more recently, apps to connect up your digital life. But if that is a step too far, then the Kodak EasyShare S730 is a great frame at a...

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Kodak EasyShare S730 review

 

The S730's 7in screen is small for such as expensive photo frame. Its widescreen aspect ratio means that photos don't fill the screen, making them physically smaller than a 6x4in print. This modest size is ideal for desks, though.

The screen is on the small side, but exquisite image quality and an integrated battery make it worth considering.

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Kodak EasyShare S730 review

 

This stylish, modern-looking, burgundy-bordered frame boasts a rechargeable battery so that it can be passed around without worrying about AC cords. The battery lasts only about an hour, though, so most of the time the Kodak EasyShare S730 will...

Overall, having the Kodak EasyShare S730 around is a pleasure. We do wish the battery life were longer, though. Like all the other frames we've seen, this unit is still basically tethered to the desk.

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Rechargeable Picture Frame : Kodak,EasyShare S730

 

On the surface, digital picture frames can look the same but beneath the hood lurks several differences.

Buttons are available for menu, play, up, down and OK. Using the appropriate buttons you can adjust the time delay for displaying images; select from six transitional effects including those for zoom/pan and wipe oblique; set the default location for...

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Kodak Easyshare S730 Digital Photo Frame review

 

The new Kodak EasyShare S730 with its one-hour rechargeable battery allows you to share your pictures and videos on the go..

Sleek style and design, Easy to use, touchscreen, portable

One hour rechargeable battery, high price, smaller screen

Overall this digital frame appears to be well presented, with a simple-to-use touch interface. Despite the slightly high price, and the slightly small screen size, it is still a sound option for photographers looking to display their images in style.

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Kodak S730 digital photoframe

 

Matt Grayson takes a look at the S730, a new portable digital photoframe from Kodak.

Attractive; Nice picture; Portable; Proximity sensor

Glossy front gets dirty quickly

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Good deal

Attractive Design","Clear Image","Easy Photo Upload","Quality Construction

Hard To Use

Product Specifications

Integrated Microphone: No

Configuration

Alarm Clock: No
Battery Powered: Yes
Calendar Function : Yes
Integrated Camera: No
Loudspeakers: Yes
MP3 Playback: Yes
Remote Control: No

Connectivity

Bluetooth: No
Compact Flash Card: No
Memory Card Slot: Yes
Memory Stick / Memory Stick Pro: Yes
Multimedia Card: Yes
SDHC Card: Yes
Secure Digital Card: Yes
USB: Yes
Wireless LAN: No

General Features

3D: No
LED Backlight: No
Screen Format:5:3 (15:9)
Touchscreen:One-Point Touch

Playback

AVI Playback: Yes
BMP Playback: No
DivX Playback: No
Motion JPEG Playback: No
MP4 Playback: No
MPEG Playback: Yes
MPEG-2 Playback: No
MPEG-4 Playback: Yes
RAW Playback: No
TIFF Playback: No
XviD Playback: No
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