Excerpt: The first model we've seen from Kodak's new range of MFDs, the C310 is an enticing starter that, depending on your needs, may sit very nicely indeed. Kodak promises a 'sleek design', which we're not too sure about. Some of today's printers are a blur of curved edges and polished surfaces.
Pros: Printed text is nice and dark; colourful scans with good detail; cheap for colour output; 3D printing
Cons: Not a pro inkjet printer; 1.5in screen is too small and not easy to read; average print speeds
Conclusion: At £69.99, the Kodak ESP C310 is a really strong option as any entry level all-in-one printer. It does exactly what you need it to do with minimal fuss, maximum ease and - combined with the wireless printing, decent photo reproduction and relatively cheap cost of ink - it more than makes up for the titchy screen and silliness with the printing strikes that happen unless both cartridges are good to go.
Pros: Economical, easy to use, easy to set-up, endearingly good results and other things that begin with E
Cons: Photo prints could be better quality, pathetically small LCD display, petulant refusals to print when either cartridge is empty and more bad P words
Excerpt: The Kodak ESP C310 All-In-One printer was released in January 2011 and offers wi-fi connectivity and it can even print photos from your Apple iOS device. The printer is currently available for around £79.00.
Pros: Can print images direct from an iOS device, Cheap ink cartridges, Easy to use, Wi-fi connectivity, 3D image creation
Cons: Photo print colours aren't great, Scanned images have washed out colours
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.