Conclusion: The Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock is obviously of most interest if you have a compatible Kodak camera. But it can serve as a dedicated photo printer with other cameras, printing from your computer, PictBridge camera, or even memory cards (if you add the optional external card reader). Output quality is top-notch, but at 62 cents per print, it's no bargain.
Pros: Good choice for Kodak EasyShare camera owners, as it acts as a charging cradle, PC dock, and photo printer. Also prints from PictBridge cameras, PCs, and memory cards (with an optional reader).
Cons: Costs 62 cents per print. Limited to 4- by 6-inch output. No built-in card slots.
Excerpt: Bar the ugly lid, Kodak's EasyShare Printer Dock bears a striking similarity to the Canon CP-330. In fact, they're so similar that we couldn't tell the cartridges apart by sight alone, although they're not interchangeable. They share a common underlying technology - dye sublimation - and we can't help but wonder whether they share a production line, too. The big difference, though, is in the realms of connectivity.