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Kodak ESP 3.2

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Kodak has two ranges of all-in-ones: ESP and Hero. The ESP 3.2 sits in the middle of the range and is a straightforward machine. Paper feeds from a 100-sheet, fold-up tray at the rear and the control display, though a touchscreen, is a small 61mm. There are only two cartridges, one black and the other tri-colour, but the printer does have wireless connection and is supported by good, free software for remote and direct printing from mobile devices.

Print speeds of 6.9ppm and 3.7ppm are fair, but there’s no duplex. Page costs, a major selling point for Kodak, are no lower than from the Brother machines, though print quality is better, on both plain and photo paper.

Kodak ESP 3.2 all-in-one inkjet photo printer

Reg Rating 85%
Price £80
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