A Good Budget Printer - The Kodak ESP 3250
This all black printer has a similar shape to the ESP 3 and it comes out of the same stable. It will take SD cards and a memory stick but not XD. There is a 38mm LCD screen for viewing and a simple set of controls. Kodak uses the same print engine in all its all-in-ones and it is easy to install Kodak ESP 3250 ink. There are two cartridges with black in one and four colours in the other together with a clear sealer to help the prints to dry quickly. Kodak ESP 3250 ink cartridges are cheaper than most of the consumables sold by other manufacturers.
High Quality Printing With Kodak ESP 3250 Printer Cartridges
One of the main selling points for Kodak printers is the low cost of inks which helps to cut down on printing costs. Figures from tests show that most of the all-in-ones deliver prints that cost around 2.65 pence for mono and 4.6 pence for colour. Using Kodak ESP 3250 compatible inks these costs could be reduced even further. Of course, if you do not make a lot of prints the figures may be of little relevance. There are both good and bad parts to the model with print quality being fair. The colour LCD is a feature that is worth having and the low cost of Kodak ESP 3250 printer ink cartridges is another bonus.