Excerpt: (1 items) Kodak's flagship ESP 9250 color inkjet multifunction prints, scans, copies, and faxes, and does it all wirelessly, for less money ($250 as of November 5, 2010) than the majority of the competition. Although its speed and print quality vary, its low ink costs could be a reasonable trade-off for some users. We breezed through the wireless setup (USB and ethernet are also available).
Pros: Very low ink costs, Exemplary text quality on plain paper
Cons: Color graphics and photos suffer on plain paper, Color scanning produces overly dark results
Conclusion: It was hard to come up with cons for the ESP 9250 because issues I had with the previously reviewed models have been corrected with the ESP 9250. I only experienced one paper jam during the entire review process and didn't come across the paper cassette issue I saw with the ESP 7250. Plus, as the flagship of the ESP lineup, the ESP 9250 has nearly every standard feature one can find on an all-in-one inkjet printer these days: front side USB port, 30-sheet ADF, automatic...
Pros: Simple navigation, great software, Lowest total ink replacement in its class, Easy setup
Cons: Draft print quality, Black and photo print quality