The Kodak Pulse is a phenomenal gift for those of us who have close relatives that live in another part of the country or who we simply don't get to see often enough. The frame has a built-in wireless adapter, allowing it to download new photos automatically from different social media websites or directly through an e-mail address assigned to the frame when you register it online. The frame is a responsive touch screen that is both quick and intuitive, so setup is a breeze. Simply go through the frame's wireless LAN setup and register the frame online with Kodak so that anyone can e-mail photos directly to it from anywhere in the world. Kodak does allow you to control which e-mails can send pictures to the frame, but it can also grab photos from Facebook and Kodak's own photo-sharing website, Kodak Gallery. The downloads are snappy enough that you could take a photo on Christmas morning in Boston and send it to a relative's frame in Seattle before the sun even comes up. In addition to its wireless capability, the Kodak Pulse will still accept photos from media cards or USB sticks. It features 512 MB of built-in storage, but it resizes all photos down to fit its 800x600 pixel screen – that's up to 4,000 pictures.