Kodak Pulse 7-Inch Digital Frame Review

I had this now for a few days, and I must say that Kodak has a real winner on its hands with the pulse. Kodak has the "last mile" problem with picture frames, for example by a simple way to get photos released on the pulse. After receiving it, you create an e-mail and photos [...] an email to this address. It takes about three minutes to take a photo to the pulse of e-mail when it manifests itself in this regard. Let you know your friends and family to the e-mail and can send photos.
Setting the pulse is simple and takes about 10 minutes from unpacking photos to view them. The first part connects to the Internet via your Wi-Fi network and then displays a code Activia. Then go to [...] and create a user account and e-mail by the activation code. Then you can start by e-mail images to your new e-mail account. In addition, you can also view photos from your Facebook or Kodak Gallery accounts.
The Pulse has worked for me with two pictures by e-mail to her and starts a Facebook account. It has all the usual slots on the back so that you can run a slide show from a flash card as well. An interesting feature of the pulse is that you can sort the pictures posted on this basis, the e-mail. Touch a Clock out of the photo that was sent when it was sent and the subject of the e-mail if it has been sent to you.
My only concern is the pulse of wireless connectivity. When we first did the pulse of the computer, cell phones, etc. put, easy to get WiFi coverage, but for some reason, the pulse can not. We he crossed the room and he got the cover, but it is strange that he had a problem for other devices. Other than that, but the chassis was perfect.
I bought the first time for my mother, so that all their children and grandchildren can send your photos without a computer for display. But I love him so much that I keep it to myself and decided to buy him another. One surprise is that there is no simple way to print images of the pulse. It would be great if you could select one or multiple photos and send them to Kodak Gallery or another site online and print. Perphaps they add this feature in a future software update.
I am very happy with the momentum and recommend everyone to think seriously about a digital picture frame. Good job Kodak.