Excerpt: Kodak Hero 9.1 is a good fit as a home printer or for the dual role of home office or home printer; as long as your print needs are distinctly light duty. Capable print speeds, low cost per printed page, functional touchscreen and dual paper feed trays make it a strong device for home users.
Excerpt: The Kodak Hero 9.1 is a feature-packed all-in-one printer that has a smart touchscreen and very good image and text quality. Small business buyers will appreciate the automatic document feeder and built-in duplexing. It definitely isn't the speediest printer on the market and we don't like the combined color cartridge, but it's still a really good unit overall.
Pros: Interactive, smart touchscreen display, Automatic duplexing, Very good text & photo quality
Cons: Slow print speeds, Uses a combined color ink cartridge
Summary: Crisp print quality, low running costs and a broad range of features make the Kodak Hero 9.1 a good multi-function model. However, its sluggish print speeds and reliance on a single colour cartridge are letdowns.
Conclusion: I've been hard on certain Kodak printers in the past because the photo quality hasn't been up to snuff, or certain devices didn't work right, but in my humble opinion, Kodak has done a really good job on improving on past mistakes. The was a good printer, and the HERO 9.1 takes it up a notch further.
Pros: Great quality, Tons of features, Ease-of-use, Lowest ink replacement
Cons: B&W photo quality, No Email Print notifications
Summary: A Multi Function product – as it has Fax – so why is it described as a Home product. Surely virtually no one in the home used Fax. I always struggle to find office users who still use Fax, but I assume Fax is still popular somewhere.
Excerpt: The Kodak Hero 9.1 is Google Cloud Print ready, can print from emails and also output directly from mobile devices using a free app. It offers Wi-Fi, Ethernet and USB connectivity and has a 4.3-inch touchscreen.