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.
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.
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.
Summary: This item is very, very, slow, even with straightforward printing it's movements are positively geriatric. I have just run out of my first black ink cartridge after very little use, unlike my previous printer, which lasts for ages.
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...