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Kodak's ESP 3250 Uses Cheap Ink, Prints Great Photos--Slowly

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  • Kodak ESP 3250
    2.5/5

    This inexpensive, light-duty MFP excels at printing on photo paper and is easy to use, but its print quality and performance are otherwise unremarkable.

At a Glance

This inexpensive, light-duty MFP excels at printing on photo paper and is easy to use, but its print quality and performance are otherwise unremarkable.

Price when rated: $130
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Pros

  • Low purchase price
  • Superlow ink costs
  • Excellent photo-paper prints

Cons

  • Meager manual-duplexing help for Mac users
  • Slow at printing and copying
  • Grainy-looking prints on plain paper
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