Summary: I would have initially given this a 3-star rating. It was never the easiest or best printer but worked acceptably well in my home office. The quality of print was middle of the road or worse, always a bit blurry in spite of using name brand cartridge and performing all the calibration steps.
Summary: I like this printer but....it's noisy, but I can handle that. What I really dislike is how you have to replace both ink cartridges at the same time. Plus you cannot put in a generic cartridge to save money. Prints great and fast. The scanning part is great but that's about all it has going for it.
Summary: The wifi reception on this printer is very on and off. It always says it has a perfect wifi connection, but often my network does not recognize the printer as connected. If you can't print with a printer then it's nothing more than a big paper weight.
Summary: I like this printer, but the Kodak line about it being cheaper to run than other inkjet printers is an outright fabrication. I have owned Epson, HP, Canon, and Brother printers. This printer actually uses MORE ink than any inkjet I've used.
Yes, the ink is cheap but you get what you pay for in the long run.
Long Island Lady, Amazon
5 May 2013
Summary: The printer was initially very easy to set up and the print quality is pretty good. However, once it is set up, if you ever have to change any aspect of your network in the future, that is when all of your trouble will begin if you aren't the most tech savvy of people.
Summary: printer more that year - and how much money I lost because of dried ink ? Kodak replaced printhead and was ok. I was cleaning printheads once a week - still more ink binned than old printer. I printed 2 documents in colour and now It tells me to replace colour ink.
Summary: Very poor image quality on prints, constant error messages, Kodak promises cartridges last for a lot more prints than they actually will, in fact they will not last very long at all - a false economy don't be fooled.Problems with alignment Don't waste your money.
Summary: Nightmare to set up and connect via Wi-Fi (in fact only managed Wi-Fi hook up once in 6-months!). Heavy user of ink. Cartridges may be cheap but it seems to print a dozen or so sheets before each cartridge needs replacing (either that or my wife is a somnambulist printer!).
Summary: Yes it is good value for money but after a relatively short time I was prompted to replace an ink cartridge. This proved to be a false report. Soon after, the print function stopped, reporting a paper jam. There was no jam.
Summary: I have had my Kodak ESP 3.2 printer for just under two years. The wireless aspect works well and the print quality is good. However, the ink needs replacing often and now the power cable has given up. Not impressed. A product like this should last at least three years.