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. I went from a Lexmark 9575 which was great, could hold alot of paper AND had many steel parts, which I liked alot.
Summary: Runs out of ink VERY fast, 200 black and white pages on the fastest setting. Printer uses color ink even if you don't use it. So after printing 300 black papers for school work, its out of color now.
Summary: Bought this at walmart today for 129.99. Great printer. I swear by Kodak printers. My last one lasted 2 years before I wanted to replace. Pictures print beautifully. If you do digital photgraphy buy the 5 star rated paper from kodak and it will not dissappoint. I like that this printer does 2 sided and has a feed tray to scan larger document. I set it up in about 3 minutes no problem. And yes the ink is by far the best price out there.
Summary: I had been considering this purchase for several years and am glad that I finally made it for our home office. The photo quality paper is reasonable and we have been able to effectively reproduce some treasured old photos. I really like the touch screen and the easy-to-read step-throughs. The ink cartridges are long lasting and really easy to remove and replace. Good choice! If you need a new ink-jet copier, I would say, this is it.
Summary: First one I received was faulty and wouldn't feed paper. Vendor took it back and replaced without question. Replacement worked fine. The features Kodak tried to implement are great, but their implementation isn't so good. This will scan PDFs directly to a network drive, or to an email account, and you can send documents to an email account that will automatically print on the printer, as well as connecting to google cloud print, or by a smartphone app.
Summary: I love this printer. It is so much better than any printer I have had before. The quality of the prints is far superior to that from previous printers. It seems to work easily and does a good job. I have not had it long enough to be able to judge if the ink cartrdiges last longer than previous ones but they are about half the price.
Summary: I have been using the Kodak hero 9.1 for years, my last one took a surge. Bought a replacement love the way you can print to it on WIFI and through a email address. Great for scanning as well. The fax machine sends my faxes out fast as well I get a report sheet showing the out come of each fax. Works great with Cloud Printing. Love the way it prints my photos either from my Iphoto or through WIFI.
Summary: I used a predecessor (Kodak AiO 5500) of the subject printer for a few years. I liked it's printing quality, especially photo printing, with lower cost of inks than competitors. Recently I have upgraded to HERO 9.1 for its wireless printing capability, which makes sharing printer at home very convenient. Its built-in SD card reader also servers like a USB SD card reader to the PC.
Summary: I used an older Kodak ESP-3 printer/scanner for almost 4 years before the paper feed mechanism failed. I estimate that over 3000 each of CD labels and CD case inserts were printed over that time. The quality was good enough for commercial use and, indeed, the printer was used that way. After the old ESP-3 failed I managed to find the last Kodak printer in stock anywhere within 4 counties of my location and that is the Hero 9.1.