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Kodak EasyShare M1020 10.2" 800 x 480 Digital Picture Frame

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  • 128MB Internal Memory

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Learn more about the Kodak EasyShare M1020


EasyShare M1020


Power Supply
100–120 V AC, 60 Hz (US)
100–240 V AC, 50–60 Hz (WW)
12 V DC


Screen Size
Effective Viewing Area
8.7" x 5.2" / 22.1 x 13.2 cm
800 x 480
350 NITs
Contrast Ratio
300:1 (typ)
Aspect Ratio


Memory Card Supported
Secure Digital (SD), Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC), Multimedia Card (MMC), MEMORY STICK (MS), XD-Picture Card (xD), COMPACTFLASH (CF)
Video Format
MPEG 1 and 4, MOV, AVI
Audio Format
Internal Memory


Simple to use
Be in charge with Kodak's Quick Touch Border with back lighting—the unique touch border keeps fingerprints off of your viewing screen so your images stay beautiful. The touch panel features yellow lights that illuminate to tell you exactly where to touch.
Create, edit and view slideshows—at the touch of your fingertips

Smart, intuitive media—done your way
Start viewing your pictures right away—just insert a memory card or USB flash drive and enjoy
A frame full of features: slideshows your way, thumbnails, copy, delete, and print

Set the mood with music
Listen to your favorite MP3s with built-in speakers
Selectable viewing hours featuring automatic on/off settings

Dimensions & Weight

11.7" x 8.2" x 1.3" / 29.8 x 20.8 x 3.4 cm
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Ramon F.
  • 11/27/2009 11:31:04 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsThe worst user experience of any consumer product I've ever used

Pros: None

Cons: - Grainy / low resolution.
- 16:9 aspect ratio is not suited for 99% of the photos out there, so things get cut off at the top/bottom of the photo.
- Painfully slow software on the PC -- 15 seconds for it to react to a click.
- Almost unbearably unusable software on the device itself, with absymal menu organization that almost encourages you to get lost.
- Ridiculously complex Flickr integration
- Flickr won't update automatically (you have to restart the frame to get updates from the feed).
- Documentation is out of sync with the product (e.g. doesn't mention Flickr, despite advertised integration)

Other Thoughts: We bought this frame in order to be able to share photos with my parents by uploading them to Flickr and (hopefully) having them appear on the frame automatically, over wireless. This should be braindead simple: (1) get mom a Flickr account. (2) Have all your family members that use register her as a "Friend / Family" on Flickr. (3) Point the photo frame to her "friends and family" photo feed. Not possible on this frame.

The frame itself is OK, although a bit grainy, but the software is just unbearable to use. After 7 months of trying to get it configured in a reasonably intelligent (i.e. "set it and forget it" way). It feels like a throwback to the 1980s, designed by a handful of IBM mainframe programmers that got their hands on a PC and decided to program a digital frame for masochists that want to spent hours getting lost in its menus to do the most basic configuration. The only reason I can think that this frame sells is because of the Kodak name.

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1 out of 5 eggs16:9

Pros: Not sure

Cons: Why on earth would they make a picture frame with 16:9 aspect ratio?? Most point-and-shoot cameras are 3x4 and more professional are 2x3. This is insane - I'm not going to be watching movies - IT'S FOR PHOTOS!!!

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  • Craig S.
  • 2/13/2009 7:39:33 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Great Picture!

Cons: Software is bad. Updated the firmware from Kodak; very easy.

Other Thoughts: Great picture frame! I was only going to give it 4 eggs because of the PATHETIC way it handles video. However, it is designed to show pictuers, and that it does very well!

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  • Cheryl R.
  • 1/26/2009 3:26:55 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: This is the first digital frame that I have owned, but I am happy the way the pictures display.

Cons: The software that comes with it is very poorly designed. It has many flaws, does not offer flexibility (such as it wants you to retrieve your computer pictures from the computer's shared picture file vs. your own my pictures file) and overall it was very difficult to work with. After spending a couple of hours messing with it, I gave up and loaded the pictures on the frame without it. Also the instructions manual provided and the on line manual are also very poorly written.

Other Thoughts: I would get the frame again if I had a choice. After looking at other frames, I believe this Kodak frame was a good purchase.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/24/2009 9:01:29 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat screen

Pros: Really well-designed hardware. Interface on the touch frame is very intuitive. Beautiful images. Holds highlight detail well. Viewable from most angles.

Cons: Provided software is very badly designed. Even the browser is very poor. I found it much easier to edit images onto a CF card or USB drive and let them run automatically. But I'd still buy this screen without the software.

Other Thoughts: I get great results by cropping and resizing to 800x480 pixels and saving as max size JPEG.

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  • David C.
  • 12/17/2008 11:14:12 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome

Pros: Best In its class, Plays Videos, Pictures, extremly easy to change pix, set music than forget it.
This is the 3rd one ive brought

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: I wish they where cheaper... i would replace all of the real picture frames!!!

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  • Jeff S.
  • 12/9/2008 11:54:24 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Decent image quality with vibrant greens and skin tones. Tilt stand is nicely implemented and can't get lost. Only two actual controls on the top: All other features can be accessed from the front. Photos stored on SD card play automatically-no need to fuss with the controls at all.

Cons: Despite what Kodak's specs indicate, this is a 5:3 display, not 16:9. And their 8" frames actually have a different aspect ratio and resolution. (I'd actually prefer a 3:2 ratio, since that's the native format of my cameras)

Display washes out badly if viewed from below, looks good from all other angles. So it's ideal for tabletop use, not so good if you plan on hanging it high on a wall.

It's too easy to call up the onscreen menus when you only wanted to flip through the photos.

Other Thoughts: The real test of the M1020 (or the P820, which I also purchased) will be whether my 82 year old mother can enjoy it, or whether it intimidates her! The design looks pretty clean, and I am optimistic. I plan on simply giving her new photos on SD card and not fussing with copying to/from internal memory at all. This is a great use for all of those small-capacity cards, BTW: Even a 32 megabyte card ought to be big enough for ~300 800x480 JPEG photos.

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/6/2008 11:38:41 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsPerfect for home and good for office

Pros: This unit's display regarding sharpness and contrast / brightness is one of the best I've seen. I first saw this unit in a retail store with other screens and this one stood out as one of the best. The picture formats it supports is pretty standard and the video formats (once you figure out exactly what it wants) is pretty straight-forward. It has a decent collection of transitions and a good feature to turn off and on depending on time of day, etc. I plan on hanging this on the wall at the office so having this automated will save me from having to turn it off and on. It has a good array of media options, I'm using an 2GB SD card and 8GB jump drive right now and the menu is good about letting you build slide shows. The bundled software is pretty good too and user-friendly, allowing you to drag and drop media files and build slide shows within its interface.

The video and pictures it displays are smooth and crisp, picture quality isn't one of its cons. :-)

Cons: The cons are few but very pronounced, most notably the sluggish interface. It can take 30-45 seconds or more just to navigate to different types of media or go back to the homepage as it tries to read from a jump drive. It acts like it is building a slideshow automatically when you plug in a jump drive so it might appear the unit has locked up on you since it won't react to keystrokes during this time period (and no "Busy" dialog comes up notifying you that it's doing something). I've read complaints that this unit "locks up" a lot and I suspect this is more an issue of it not letting the user know what's happening rather than it locking up indefinitely.

The video format that worked best for me was .mov format, photo-jpeg codec at 320x240 15 fps. If somebody finds a better recipe let us know here! I had trouble pinning that info down as the manual doesn't offer it (or I didn't see it).

You'll notice the software sluggish too as it's waiting on the frame before you can continue.

Other Thoughts: I work in a Digital Signage field so I took a chance and purchased this to display both stills and videos of the work I've done, sort of a demo reel on my wall sort of function. Quality was of concern for this reason as well as smoothness of video playback and so far I've been pretty happy with the results. I think it would be plenty good for home use just showing family photos so in that capacity I would give it 5 eggs. Because of the sluggish interface and the vague information regarding video formats I give it 4 eggs.

Great product Kodak!

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/3/2008 10:44:44 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Product, Great Picture

Pros: The picture frame has a great picture. The Quick touch on the board of the picture frame is well worth the money because it saves figure prints on the screen. So your picture is even clearer.

Cons: None

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  • Krista F.
  • 8/18/2008 11:30:30 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Great picture & clarity, VERY easy to use. A lot of choices for the transitions of pictures. Love it!
We will be buying another for my mom.

Cons: Not very much internal storage for pictures. But, easy enough just to load them on a flash drive, plug it in and it works out fine.

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