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: Extremely noisy. Looks, feels and sounds cheap (well....£125 it was I suppose) Prints much better than previous Hero 5.1 though just as awkward to set up. "Needs Firmware Update"....."No updates available" ....."Needs Firmware Update"....."No updates available" ..... Ad nauseum UPDATE: 6 months in and its performed well. Being a network printer its actually quite reassuring to hear all that plastic clacking into life from the floor below.
Summary: This is my 3rd printer in as many weeks, the first 2 had to be sent back (different problems), I then contacted Kodak support and they sent me yet another printer. This one is OK but the paper snags and when it comes out after printing it is creased 9 times out of 10. Still not convinced if I shouldn't send this one back as well. I would appreciate any other comments if anyone has experienced the same problem.
Kodak 9.1 Great printer but should have been better!
3 February 2012
Summary: This printer would have been given 5 stars for its photo quality, build and overall functionality. Unfortunately I have to give it 3 stars for the following reasons: The first is that when I started to set the printer up I had problems connecting to the WiFi. Every time I tried to connect to my network the screen would go blank and then the printer just re-booted. I eventually found the answer after searching the internet, on a Kodak Technical help page....