Kodak EasyShare EX811 Review
Kodak’s all black EX811 is the only frame in this test to play video and audio files (.MOV, .AVI, MPEG 1 & 2 movie formats and MP3). It’s also the largest screen we tested, measuring 8in diagonally.
As well as supporting memory cards (SD, MS, XD, MMC, CF, and MC) and USB image transfer (10 images in 29 seconds) it will also connect to a wireless router so you can add it to your network. It needs to connect to a router.
Like the AG Neovo this is a widescreen display, but unlike the AG Neovo it is possible to set the image to fit the frame without stretching it. While this does mean cropping slightly, this is definitely preferable to stretching.
The interface is easy to navigate, easier still with the included remote control. Images are clear and bright and the background detail was more apparent with this frame too. The EX811 offers 800 x 480, widescreen resolution. We did look at one 10in frame with a 600 x 480 resolution and picture quality was so poor that we’d advise you to check the resolution is at least 800 x 480 before purchasing any frame, no matter how good the price.