Pros Its cartrige cost its 10 dollar black and 17 dollar color. Compared to Canon Pixma MX870 cost an average of 64.99 all of the ink cartriges. The ppm its 20 not 6 as reviewed. Has 9,600 print resolution. Print awesome quality photos. I connect it wirel
Cons No cons. Its a perfect printer for an economic crisis we are living now!!!
Summary Cnet need to be more acurate in its reviews. Its sugest an negative (non newtral) campaing against kodak printer tecnologies.
Pros Good support and suitable for home users/ small offices, good quality and easy to use
Cons The only proble it has got is you have to use it at least once a month otherwise Cartridge will break.
Pros Very inexpensive operating costs. Excellent color and image quality. Prints that don't fade. Easy Wi-Fi setup. Standard set of replacement cartridges easy to find. Knowledgeable phone support. Intuitive, but practical software.
Cons This is not Kodak's high-end printer and, as such, lacks some features. Best for home use. Other Kodak models are more suited for office deployment.
Summary Kodak's pigment inks have outstanding image permanence, but sell at the price of inexpensive dye-based inks that fade rapidly. The color quality is excellent as one would expect from Kodak. Wi-Fi at this price is a bonus. Since all the ESP printers use the same catridge set, you'll have no trouble finding replacement ink when you need it. Plus, its new and awarded eco-design technology uses much less electricity in stand-by mode where most printers live. The software is full of bonuses that families will like and is easy to use. Though I've not called Kodak in regard to this printer, their phone support has been top-notch on other models. Bottom line: This is a printer that will serve families well and save them lots of money over its lifetime, in initial cost, consumables, and power.
Pros Cost saving Pigment Ink tech, Head part of the printer not cartridge operational cheaper, Kodak Color Science, kodak Documents built in formats, kodak easy WiFi printing from PC & Iphone, Ipad, ipod touch, kodak ink+paper 100 years photo life
Cons As Kodak is new in home consumers printers space so few know about it is Cost saving and long life quality and fading Ink+paper technology
Summary most Printers design are the same, realistically most home printers are ok, it is about the Quality and cost of printing and Kodak is about
Pros None. Even the "inexpensive ink" is not particularly inexpensive.
Cons Ink cartridges often malfunction, have to buy another cartridge. 2x this year, I spent a hour on the phone w/ India to resolve an unfilled cartridge issue. Rep insists its a printhead problem and I am welcome to buy a printhead replacement for $35.
Summary Instead, I believe I am going to put the $35 towards a new Lexmark.