Kodak ESP 7250 review

Can Kodak's new ESP 7250 really drive down the cost of inkjet printing?

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For
  • Well connected with USB, Ethernet and Wi-Fi
  • Cheap ink costs, unless you use a lot of one particular colour
  • Automated postcard photo cassette feeder in addition to standard A4 paper input tray
  • Built-in connectivity options include USB, Ethernet and Wi-Fi
  • Initial set-up is particularly easy for standalone or network use
Against
  • Expensive to buy at twice the price of some competing models
  • Printing a lot of one colour will offset potential ink cost savings
  • Photo quality is quite lacklustre, compared with many competing printers
  • Quite noisy in operation
  • No direct printing onto CDs or DVDs
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