Whether you want a high-quality printer, an all-in-one workhorse, a compact photo printer, or a simp
Despite its remote-printing capabilities, the Kodak ESP 3.2's design blunders and inconsistent performance are unacceptable in the face of competing multifunctions in the sub-$100 category.
Kodak remains strong in consumer printing with today's release of the ESP 3.2 multifunction and an accompanying Pic Flick HD iPad app coming in June.
The Kodak ESP 2170 All-in-One is an affordable, multifunction printer that gets average results.
Kodak's new ESP 9250 all-in-one inkjet printer replaces the ESP 9 as its flagship printer for the Fall season.
Stay away from the Kodak ESP C310 if you're shopping for a new all-in-one printer. Competing $100 models like the Canon MX410 or the Lexmark Impact S305 offer similar features in a tighter package.
The Kodak ESP 3.2's low running costs, especially for colour printing, set it apart form the pack, but there are better models out there when it comes to print speed and quality.
Typical price: £79.00
The Kodak ESP 1.2 is a decent, if not exactly spectacular, budget all-in-one printer. Its output isn't from the top drawer, but it's still likely to be more than acceptable for most people. Also, its relatively cheap colour ink cartridges make it a good option for those who need to print lots of colour pages.
Typical price: £69.00
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The Kodak ESP 9250 is very cheap to run and produces decent results. If you're looking for a printer to use in a busy home office, we think it's a good-long term bet.
Typical price: £180.00
The Kodak ESP 7250 impresses with the range of features that it offers and its low running costs. However, its print quality, especially for photos, could be better and it’s not exactly a speed demon either
Typical price: £145.00