Saturday, 6 April 2013
Kodak ESP 3250 and 5250 All-in-One Printers
the refills, right? They lure you in with promises of great print
quality, wireless connectivity, little, shiny LCD screens, and
super-fast print speeds and the next thing you know you have to take out
a second mortgage on your house just to keep the thing loaded with ink
cartridges. At least that's how it used to be before KODAK launched
their own line of inkjet printers. They hit the market right where it
hurt, in the ink. Their latest AiO printers, the ESP 3250 and 5250,
build on this low-cost ink platform while offering up great print
quality and a few other tasty morsels.
The new KODAK ESP 3250 and ESP 5250 AiO printers continue to build upon
the successful platform of great printing technology with low-cost,
high-quality pigment ink cartridges. KODAK claims to have the lowest
total ink replacement costs in the industry and for those of us that
print large amount of full color documents those costs can be
significantly painful. Let's just hope that KODAK didn't skimp on the
printer to save a few bucks on the ink system.
The KODAK ESP 3250 and 5250 printers are designed to print with a speed
of up to 30 pages per minute in black and 29 pages per minute in color.
In addition, both feature improved paper handling with intelligent paper
tray systems that automatically adjust settings based on paper type and
size to reduce printing errors and save time. Both models are also
equipped with color LCD display screens and memory card slots.
The KODAK ESP 3250 AiO printer features a 1.5-in color LCD along with
memory card compatibility while the KODAK ESP 5250 AiO printer sports a
larger 2.4-in LCD along with built-in Wi-Fi so you can send to the
printer from anywhere in your house or office without having it
hard-wired to your network or computer. A good wireless system on your
printer is indispensable for multi-computer households.