Great seller, mediocre product, but guess it will do the job
8 July 2013
Summary: One drawback is that you can't put alot of paper in it and just forget about it if you are printing something lengthy. It's a VERY small tray, but since I mostly convert something from a scanned document to a PDF and do that more than printing, I was willing to deal with that problem.
Summary: I put this printer in the rubbish bin today and was so pleased to see it go. Had it for 2 years and hated it - clunky, clumsy, poor print quality, crap software and paper jams. I don't know if you can still buy this, but if you can, DON'T.
Summary: From the beginning the print quality was poor and it is now so bad we will have to get a new printer. (About a year old now) The scanner isn't great either. I think this is a dud of a printer, even if kodak cartridges are cheaper it isn't worth it.
Excerpt: I bought a Kodak Printrer Hero 9.1 as Kodak Printers are famous for cheap cartridges and the name Kodak is a famous name. I am not sure whether I was unlucky or it is a bad product. I had to change it as soon as it arrived. It is highly automated and simply did not function.
Cons: Not user friendly . Highly automated and simply does not work as advertised .
Summary: I made the mistake of buying the Kodak hero 9.1 printer. Periodically Kodak sent me downloads/updates and one of these updates corrupted my system, it stopped me being able to scan from my computer.
Excerpt: Before I begin, I'd like to point out I '''have not'' purchased the Hero 9.1. I cannot therefore tell you it's worth the money, I can only give you an educated opinion. Thankfully, as a student, I receive tonnes of hand-me-downs. If I didn't, I think I'd be quite lost.
Pros: Brilliant colours, 9600dpi resolution, decently fast