That's why they lead off by calling it a photo frame. It's fine for stuff like a stock quote or system status but forget it for VIDEO!
It's on USB so it's speed limited as all USB Video cards are.
That's not a bug.
I bought photoframe spf-87h and I want to use it as a second monitor, but it's slow. I have dell vostro 1510 with windows 7 32-bit. I guess I get about 15-20fps so Its not usefull when you want to work on it by mouse. There aren't any specifications like frames per second or response time so I don't know if It's really so slow normally. Could it be because of usb bandwith? frame manager software? or photoframe? Is here any way how to speed it up?