Kodak Pulse 7in review
Kodak’s Pulse range has been designed to make displaying your photos as simple as possible, something it does with aplomb. It’s one of the only frames here to provide touchscreen access to its settings with logically laid out and easily comprehensible menus.
JPEG photos can be displayed either by using a USB thumbdrive or inserting a flash memory card into its two dedicated slots. But it’s the built-in WiFi connection that’s the frame’s real USP.
This gives you the ability to view online galleries on Facebook or Kodak’s Pulse website, with photos sent to it using a dedicated email address.
Picture quality on the matte 800 x 600 LED display is excellent, with punchy colours and plenty of detail. The only things that really count against the Pulse in this guise are its lowly 7in display size, slightly plastic build and a fixed stand which effectively stops you using the frame in portrait mode.