Excerpt: The Kodak ESP 3250 is an all-in-one printer that lets you scan, copy and print. Combined with Kodak's own low-cost pigment ink cartridges it lets you print at a fraction of the cost of many other printers.
Summary: The Kodak ESP 3250 all-in-one color printer is a good value--at just over $100, it won't break the bank, and neither will Kodak's low-cost ink refills. The ESP 3250 puts out great looking photos and decent-enough prints from documents, and while it's not super fast, it's not pokey, either. If you need a lot of extras--an automatic document feeder, a big LCD, or multiple paper feeds--look somewhere else.
Pros: Inexpensive, Low-cost ink refills, Good photo quality, fast photo prints
Cons: Single paper source, No networking, Single paper input
Excerpt: I’ve never been a fan of the All-in-One concept, believing that it was at best a compromise between flexibility and footprint. I’ve also been increasingly frustrated with the money I’ve spent on ink cartridges for my Canon printer. The ESP3250 printer is advertised to address my concerns, and with this review we’ll find out if that’s true… The ESP3250 can be used as a standalone copier and photo printer as well as a connected unit. The specs from Kodak are: A frontal...
Pros: Ink price, print quality, footprint, ease of use
Summary: Do you opt for a cheaper inkjet and pay extra for ink cartridges or select a more expensive printer with reduced running costs? Kodak believes the latter is the way to go with kit such as the ESP3250 .
Excerpt: The Kodak ESP 3250 All-in-One colour inkjet multifunction printer is very inexpensive, and it prints superior images on photo paper. Otherwise, it is an average-quality, rather slow machine, appropriate for light-duty school or home use.