The Kodak EasyShare P730 is one of a number of Kodak digital photo frames, but unfortunately it's not one of its best, and whilst suitable for every day use around the home, it lacks some of the qualities that bring it up to par with the best on the market.
Design and features
The P730 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 P730 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 P730 provides you with a number of different power plugs, including American and European, which is a nice touch. The P730 is already simple to use, and we were able to access all its features and functions without referring to a manual.
As for memory card slots, the P730 has two on the back of the frame which take SD/SDHC, MMC, Memory Stick/Pro/Pro Duo and xD.