Printer Review: Kodak ESP 7250|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Monday, December 6, 2010 - 20:19 EST)
Same great inks and paper. Same frustrating experience, too.
The Kodak ESP 7250 is the company's idea of the essential all-in-one device. With a scanner for reflective originals and a printer that can handle both plain paper and photo paper, the 7250 offers a number of ways to connect: WiFi, Ethernet, USB, a card reader, Bluetooth (with an optional adapter) and even from your iOS or Android device.
Like previous Kodak inkjets, the 7250's claim to fame is its durable print head, pigment inks and barcoded photo papers that deliver the lowest cost per print in the business.
Unfortunately, also like previous Kodak inkjets, we had a lot of trouble with the 7250. We're happy to report we resolved the problems but they were illuminating. In important ways, Kodak still trails the competition in this category.
Read our review for the details.