Summary: Previously had the exact same one. Printhead went bad after 14 months - out of Kodak warranty. Purchased this 2nd one as a replacement. It was brand new in box, undamaged. Got it loaded up w/ ink & paper to do the test print & either paper wouldn't get grabbed or jammed as it was being fed through the rollers. Tried new ream of paper still same problem. Won't both with this model again. It's obsolete. Got a wireless Canon for only $70 more at Best Buy.
Excerpt: The Kodak adverts are certainly convincing, ink draining from a wallet...I feel the pain sitting there thinking about the ~£40 I'm going to have to spend the next time I want new ink... so what did I do, I bought a Kodak printer. Actually, I already had an earlier model, but that broke many moons ago The first thing I'll say is that there's a bit of an untold rule with printers: *cheap printer = expensive ink *expensive printer = cheaper ink For this reason, the Kodak...
Summary: I was talked into getting one of these by colleagues at work who reckoned it was the ideal all-in-one printer for economy of ink use and print quality. Not only does it take up a lot of room, the setup process seems unnecessarily complicated for contemporary computers and the print quality for photos is subject to your knowing exactly which options to select.
Summary: I finally decided to buy a printer for my laptop - mainly because I have a newborn baby and wanted a printer that was more specific for the many many digital photo's that have been snapped lately. I would like to give this printer a higher mark but I was so disappointed that a simple but essential cable (USB 2.0)was not supplied with the printer. I do realise that a lot of people would have one of these basic cables, but as I did not have a previous printer - I did not.
Summary: The all in one printer seemed easy to install but it does not come with a USB cable. It did not print properly when intalled and after quite a long time trying to reinstall it etc. I sent an e-mail to Kodak. They did not reply within the 48 hours promised but eventually they sent a new print head which seems to be working.