An All-In-One Machine - The Kodak Easyshare 5300
Although the market is well established for all-in-on printers, Kodak has ventured into the fray with the Easyshare 5300. It uses an inkjet system that is brand new and the model is good looking with white and silver colours. The controls are easy to use with buttons that vary in size depending on the importance of the function. The model has two memory slots, two USB ports and an optional Bluetooth adaptor. The tray hold 100 sheets of plain paper with a further 20 sheets of photo paper accommodated in the inset. The printer is easy to set up and uses a combination of Kodak easyshare 5300 ink cartridges. These are a black ink for text and a colour cartridge which combines 3 colours, a black dye based ink and a fifth that issues a transparent coating to seal photographs. Kodak easyshare 5300 ink cartridges are cheaper than most others on the market.
Kodak Easyshare 5300 Printer Cartridges
Photographs printed by the model are of better quality than text and the Kodak easyshare 5300 compatible inks that can be used give good results. The photo-shop feature allows you to get rid of red eye and other imperfections. Kodak's print yield claims seem extravagant but unlike some other companies their figures are accurate. You can get 340, five per cent black pages which comes out at 2.29 pence per page. Kodak easyshare 5300 printer ink cartridges really are cheaper to run.