Kodak ESP 7
Released June, 2008
The Pros:Easy to set up, good for entry-level users. Usage is fairly straight-forward, driver is easy to work with. Cost-per-print is reasonable, doesn't work through ink too quickly.
The Cons:Makes a lot of noise during the printing process. Color accuracy and detail on pictures isn't professional-grade, but OK for the average user. Network setup can be problematic, often has firewall conflicts.
The Kodak ESP 7 is an all-in-one, color photo inkjet printer designed for high-quality document/image printing coupled with massive savings on ink. According to Kodak, the ESP 3 offers a 50% savings on everything printed compared to similar consumer inkjet printers.
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The Kodak ESP 7 features built-in & secure Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity for sharing printer-access on an at-home or office network. Plus, the ESP 7 offers ultra-fast duplex document printing at 32ppm black and 30ppm color, not to mention scanning and copying up to 8.5x11" (borderless) and 8.5x14"(legal). Additional features of the Kodak ESP 7 all-in-one printer include a large 3” LCD display, USB & PictBridge slots, and BLUETOOTH Wireless compatibility. The Kodak ESP 7 retails for $199.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
The Kodak ESP 7 is a grand step up from the ESP 3 and ESP 5. It adds along 802.11b/g connectivity, as well as superior printing speeds and resolution.
- All-in-One Inkjet Printer
- 50% Savings on Ink
- Large 3” LCD Screen
- Ultra-Fast Borderless Print/Scan/Copy
- Intelligent Paper Tray System
- Dedicated Photo Paper Tray
- Built-in Duplexer
- All-in-One Home Center Software
- Wide Range of Connectivity Options
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Print Speed (Borderless 4x6”): 28 seconds
- Print Speed (Black): 32ppm
- Print Speed (Color): 30ppm
- Protocols: 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, USB, PictBridge
Memory Cards Supported
- COMPACTFLASH (CF) I, II and MICRODRIVES;
- Secure Digital (SD)/Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC);
- Multimedia Card (MMC);
- XD-Picture Card (xD);
- MEMORY STICK (MS)/MEMORY STICK PRO (PRO)
User Reviews (1)
easy to set up, good for entry-level users
usage is fairly straight-forward, driver is easy to work with
cost-per-print is reasonable, doesn't work through ink too quickly
prints very fast even when using good quality
compact design, takes up minimal space on the desk
makes a lot of noise during the printing process
color accuracy and detail on pictures isn't professional-grade, but OK for the average user
network setup can be problematic, often has firewall conflicts
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