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Kodak Hero 7.1

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The mid-range model in Kodak’s higher-end Hero range, the main differences from the ESP 3.2 are a front-loading paper tray, with a separate 40-sheet photo tray, a much larger touchscreen, duplex print and a five-colour cartridge. While this includes a photo black and a gloss enhancer, it can still be wasteful, if you don’t use all colours equally.

Print speeds of 5.3ppm and 3.1ppm for black and colour are slower than from the ESP and quality is much the same on all papers. Ink costs, at 1.4p and 4.1p, give the lowest colour cost in the group. ®

Kodak Hero 7.1 all-in-one inkjet photo printer

Reg Rating 75%
Price £170
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