Tejar Kodak EasyShare P review: For those travelling internationally and with a desperate need to show off your holiday snaps wherever you may be, the P provides you with a number of different power plugs, including American and European, which is a nice touch. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Mini NES Classic is your childhood in a brilliant little box. The Bottom Line The P is fine for a cheap photo frame to remind you of happy manhal, but falls down fast when you take a closer look at image quality.
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Design and features The P has a wide range of photo viewing modes: images can be displayed with and without borders, and with transition effects like photos appearing pixel by pixel or sliding across the screen. While this may seem like a minor thing, the differences between settings are quite noticeable, which makes your pet photos just that little bit prettier — or they would be, had the P a screen of acceptable quality. For those travelling internationally and with a desperate need to show off your holiday snaps wherever you may be, the P provides you with a number of different power plugs, including American and European, which is a nice touch.
The P is already simple to use, and we were able to access all its features and functions without referring to a manual. All electronic screens have an optimal viewing angle; poorer screens require you to view them from directly in front, while better screens can be clearly viewed on an angle.
The Kodak P falls firmly in the former category, forcing you to view the photo frame from almost direct on if you want any form of decent image. This is a major problem for a digital photo frame, which by its nature means you are likely to view the slideshow of your photos on an angle as often as you will from directly in front.
We found that even having the P on the desk next to us caused an unacceptable loss of image colour saturation. So, to reiterate, the P has a dim screen, a bad viewing angle and poorly renders colours.
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