People who are on the lookout for new printers might be considering getting the Kodak ESP 3.2. This is designed to be used by consumers rather than businesses, according to a PC Advisor article by Karl Hodge. The writer liked the device, awarding it four stars out of five.
About its appearance, he said: “[It] comes in a case that's very similar to the C310 - with an extra curve or two and a bit more of that trademark Kodak orange trim. Aside from that, the most noticeable difference is the graduation from manual buttons to touch screen goodness.”
He added: “You don't actually need to plug in the Kodak ESP 3.2 to a PC to set it up. You can install both ink cartridges (one colour, one black), load paper and print a test sheet without so much as connecting a USB cable.” This could well make changing the appropriate Kodak printer ink easier.
Mr Hodge also noted that the printer supports a range of connectivity options. For example, it’s possible to print from BlackBerrys, Androids, iPhones or tablets. People also have the option of using a memory card and they can connect it to their computers once they have installed the appropriate driver.
He went on to state: “Kodak's schtick over the past few years has been an insistence that they deliver the lowest total cost per page and low prices for replacement ink. You may pay a little more up front, but the Kodak ESP 3.2 produces prints on photo quality paper you'll be happy to bung straight into a frame. And over the lifetime of the printer it will cost you less than ostensibly ‘cheaper’ rivals.”
To get the best deals on Kodak ink cartridges and other printer cartridges, consumers can head online. This way of sourcing the products is also convenient.
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