Summary: Stay away from the Kodak ESP C310 if you're shopping for a new all-in-one printer. Competing $100 models like the Canon MX410 or the Lexmark Impact S305 offer similar features in a tighter package.
Pros: The Kodak ESP C310 offers average speeds and easy Wi-Fi installation, but there's little else to redeem this overpriced machine.
Cons: The plastic exterior feels cheap and the quality is underwhelming for a printer with a $100 price tag.
Conclusion: Almost every inkjet manufacturer has a $100 all-in-one printer on the market, some even have two when making the distinction between photo centric and office centric printers. The key to finding a good printer is knowing your printing needs.
Pros: Ease of use, Wireless connectivity, Low ink costs
Cons: Scanner left noise on photos, No ADF, No PictBridge/USB port
Summary: The $99 Kodak ESP C310 is a good choice as a starter printer/copier/scanner for students or other shoppers on a budget. The Pic Flick app makes it easy to print photos from your iOS device, and the all-in-one itself has an easy-to-use interface. While the photo quality isn't stellar, the C310 is a solid value when you add in Kodak's economical cartridge pricing.
Summary: Adding to its range of AIOs (All-in-Ones), Kodak has released its ESP C310 model. Offering wireless and USB connectivity, the Kodak ESP C310 combines print, scan and copy facilities for the home user.
Excerpt: Regular readers might notice more than a passing resemblance between Kodak's ESP C310 inkjet multifunction peripheral (MFP) and the cumbersomely titled Advent AWP10 Wireless Multifunction Inkjet Printer we reviewed a few months back. At the time of our earlier review we noted that while the Advent printer used Kodak technology there was no equivalent model in Kodak's own range. The ESP C310 fills that gap.