Summary: Kid cousin to the Kodak ESP Office 6150 (and $100 less), they've got a lot in common--it's just as slow. Photos looked very good, even at letter size, with print speeds about or above average. The 2170 does offer some nice advantages, such as Kodak Perfect Page, the company's high-end scanning package, and wireless printing (including from a Blackberry).
Summary: The Kodak ESP 2170 is worthwhile if you run a small business and need a low-volume printer that can output high-quality snapshot photos, but bigger offices and Mac users should keep shopping.
Pros: The Kodak ESP Office 2170 proves to be a capable home office performer, with an impressive software bundle, simple installation, and a new print engine design that keeps ink costs low.
Cons: The printer lacks double-sided printing and has a small LCD screen that hinders photo-editing functionality. Also, Kodak's All-in-One Home Center software works only with Windows, leaving Mac users without 3D printing or photo-editing features.