Reviews and Problems with Kodak EASYSHARE 5300 All-in-One Printer
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Kodak EasyShare 5300 All In One printer, scanner, and copier
23 October 2007
Summary: Cynicism aside, the key factor in buying the 5300 is the 50% less consumable costs. So rather than buy a £50 all-in-one from another manufacturer with inks that costs as much, if not more, when you come to replace them, Kodak have a pricier initial proposition out of the box.
Pros: Easy to use, low priced consumables yet relatively high quality prints, plus good LCD
Cons: Heavyweight design, software issues, some of the claimed print speeds proved unrealistic
Conclusion: As you'd expect from Kodak, the 5300 does its best work with photographs. As a direct document printer, it's a little less exciting, but anything that forces the cost of prints down in a competitive market deserves applause.
Pros: Can't edit or crop photos from the control panel, Photo printing is four-ink, not six-ink, Twitchy print head installation
Conclusion: Pour attaquer le monde de l'impression, Kodak présente un multifonction : l'Easyshare 5300. Un appareil au design élégant, aux fonctionnalités complètes et capable d'imprimer et de copier de façon autonome.