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The Kodak EasyShare D825 is an entry-level digital photo frame released in March 2010.

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can use any 8x10 frame you own with it to match your decor

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can plug in a USB drive or SD card and view pictures immediately without having to copy them

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comes with a nice wood frame that blends with most color schemes

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lacks display features such as random play

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stand for the frame is not adjustable, holds it at an acute 90 degree angle

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doesn't have any internal memory, need to keep some media source installed all the time

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no operating instructions, need to play with it to figure it out

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The Kodak EasyShare D825 is an entry-level digital photo frame released in March 2010. Featuring an 8” LCD display, the D825 can be paired with any standard picture frame and mounted horizontally or vertically to a wall or desk. It’s only equipped to handle Windows operating systems, but it does feature plug-n-play technology, meaning that it can just be plugged into any Windows computer; no installation is required. Included is 512MB of internal memory, which is enough to store 4000 pictures, but expansion is available via memory cards or USB flash drives.

  • Entry-Level Digital Photo Frame
  • Can Be Paired with Standard Picture Frame
  • Horizontal/Vertical Mounting
  • Windows-ONLY Compatibility
  • Plug-n-Play Technology
  • Memory Card Expansion
  • Display: 8" (800x600) aSi TFT active matrix; 4:3
  • Memory: 512MB Integrated
  • Expansion: SD/SDHC/MMC/MS/MS Pro/MS Pro Duo
  • Image File Formats: JPEG, EXIF
  • I/O: 2 Card Slots, 1 USB Port
  • System Requirements: Windows XP+
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10/22/2012 10:41

The review here is not accurate! The D825 stand has 2 positions. Also there IS a random play optton. Also there IS 512 Mb internal memory. Also, there IS a good user manual online.

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