This is the first digital picture frame we have seen that we would consider using. Why? It definitely looks good, and with changeable frames and mattes, you really get the feel of a traditional picture frame. Kodak also makes special mention of the power cord being white for a less unsightly line when wall mounting the frame. How much that helps depends on how picky you are, but the only acceptable solution in my mind is no visible wires at all.
The best part is the touch sensitive border. By putting the controls around the face of the frame, scrolling through your images is a breeze and there are no ugly buttons taking away from the actual pictures. Unfortunately, it appears that Wi-Fi has been left out of the picture so memory cards or direct connection to your PC is the only way to get the pictures onto the frame.
Look for these to become available around April ranging in price from $120 to $230