Summary: Inexpensive, easy to set up and boasting excellent print quality, the $99.99 Kodak ESP 3.2 provides exceptional value. Those looking for a more business-centric printer might prefer the Epson WorkForce 845, which has such features as a 500-sheet feeder, duplex printing and faxing. However, home users will find the ESP 3.2 meets or bests more expensive competitors when it comes to quality and speed.
Pros: Inexpensive, Fast setup, Wide variety of printing options, Excellent printing quality
The Kodak ESP 3.2 is a fairly mediocre entry-level printer.
4 June 2012
Conclusion: Overall, the Kodak esp 3.2 is a basic, entry-level multifunction printer that is most at home in a dorm or beside a family computer. With color performance that allows you to print off decent-looking photos quickly, and a good level of detail, the Kodak esp 3.2 does prove its worth at its price point. Just keep in mind that color cartridges with several inks tend to waste a bunch of dye in the long run, and consequently, money. That being said, you get what you pay for.
Excerpt: At first glance, the Kodak ESP 3.2's nearest ancestor would seem to be the hugely popular Kodak ESP C310 , now edging towards extinction (but still available, the last time we looked). That was, like the majority of Kodak's printing range , a solid entry - this one at the higher end of the budget printer market. See also Group test: What's the best inkjet printer?