Summary: If you do not use Kodak photo paper the prints are crap, they look faded & washed out. I normally used Fuji film multijet photo paper in my HP 2575 all in one, the prints were as they looked on screen, bright & sharp.
Pros: it has wifi, looks good,cheep ink
Cons: print quality poor, instruction book is only good as a door stop
Summary: Sometimes I'm a little disappointed with the print quality especially if it is in draft mode. I have an HP printer which is better for documents but it didn't have wifi connection so I went for the kodak option. Photo quality is quite good, all in all its worth the money
Summary: It worked flawlessly up until about a month ago. I use Foxit as a pdf reader, as it is a very small and unobtrusive program, and have never had a problem printing from it. Then - about a month ago - the printer refused to print pdf files from Foxit (which makes it pretty useless as a printer).
Summary: I bought the Kodak because of the cheap ink price rating and because my wife was desperate to print from her ipad. (there's the mistake as there are ipad cloud compatible printers out there) At first the setup seemed impossible when really you need just a few pieces of information/knowledge to set...
Summary: Kodak Hero 7.1 I had been looking for a good quality photo printer for a while and after alot of looking around decided that with a make like Kodak I could nt go far wrong. Unfortunatly I experienced a few problems - Firstly after fiddling around for a week trying to get it printing I contacted...
Summary: Woeful printer, it scans ok, it prints pictures ok but ask it to print on anything other the Best setting and it bands badly and on draft it is all but unreadable. It may have cheap ink but the print quality is shameful. I spend at least a couple of hours a week live talking with India.