Is being the smallest camera on the market an excellent idea? No, and it is not at all by any means necessary. The camera praises itself for how small it is, but even watching a video that you may have just recorded can be a nuisance on such a small screen. The frame of the camera is 1.6" x 3.9" x 0.6", which is the smallest available camera being sold to the public at the moment.
There is a microphone which is located directly on the front of the camera. The microphone is extremely small, and by no means has even sub-par sound quality. A USB drive is located on the top of the camera under a little piece of plastic. The Playfull was made with a very slippery textured material, which makes the camera prone to slipping out of your hands during use. However Kodak decided that it would be best to add small grips on the side of the camera to gain a better grip, even though this still does not help very much.
All of the controls lie on the back of the camera. There is a D-Pad, which does not click and I found to be pretty annoying, and a share button located directly beneath it. The share button is actually a good feature, which allows users to tag each picture or video to be uploaded to their social networking sites next time the camera is plugged into the computer.
The Screen takes up about one-third of the of the cameras space on the back (which is not much at all). There is a tripod plug, inferred port, and a speaker located on the bottom of the camera. The inferred port may be used in the future as a port for a camera remote. On the left and right side there are two flaps that are hiding the SD Card slot, HDMI out, Charging, and Reset buttons.