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Lowest total ink replacement cost. Quality prints for documents and photos alike. Separate mini tray for photo paper sizes.
Easily configured wireless networking, Lowcost ink refills, Good photo quality, Duplex printing built in
Rich feature set, including a wide range of all-in-one functions. Very good text quality. Good photo printing speed. Automatic duplexer.
Very low ink costs, Exemplary text quality on plain paper.
Inexpensive media; easy to set up, install; prints from iPhone, iPad; very good photo quality
This model makes fast, quality prints and can scan multiple photos into separate files.
Small, crude display. Longer print times. Confusing array of Mac software options
Expensive for an allinone, Clumsy control panel
Only 100-sheet paper capacity. Graphics on the poor side. Scan-to-e-mail function problematic.
Color graphics and photos suffer on plain paper, Color scanning produces overly dark results.
LCD is small, lacks touch input; slow performance; scanning/copying is problematic
The Kodak ESP 9250 is pricier than similar allinone printers are.
By CNET UK on July 21, 2011
The Kodak ESP 9250 is very cheap to run and produces decent results. If you're looking for a printer to use in a busy home office, we think it's a good-long term...
By Mac|Life on January 28, 2011
Product ESP 9250 All-in-One Printer Company Kodak Contact store.kodak.com Price $249.99 Requirements Mac OS 10.4.8 or later; USB 2.0, Ethernet 10Mbps, or Wi-Fi b/g/n connection; iOS 2.2 or later (for Kodak Pic Flick app on iPhone) Positives ...
By TechRadar on December 14, 2010
At the time of posting this review, Kodak was asking a whopping £300 for the ESP 9250 at its online store. Back in the real world, it's commonly available for £185 which, while still expensive, makes it just £35 more than Kodak's...
By itreviews.com on December 13, 2010
This top of the range all-in-one has an inspiring feature-set, including twin paper sources, duplex print, photo upload, scan to USB, fax and the lowest running cost - along with its siblings - of any inkjets on the market. That's why, at under...
By Expert Reviews on November 28, 2010
Despite many photo features, this is an unconvincing photo MFP. It makes much more sense to be used in the office.
By About.com on November 22, 2010
At the high end of the ESP line is the Kodak ESP 9250, an all-in-one that offers a fax, scanner, copier, and easily configured wireless. Like other ESP printers, it's not very fast, with first pages taking almost 30 seconds to print. Photos look...
By PC Mag on November 10, 2010
The Kodak ESP 9250 All-in-One Printer has a wealth of all-in-one and photo features that make it suitable for a role in either a home or a home office, or both. Buy it...
By PCWorld on November 09, 2010
Speed and print quality vary on this inkjet multifunction, but its low ink costs could be a reasonable trade-off for some users....
By Trusted Reviews on November 07, 2010
Kodak now has a wide range of inkjet all-in-ones and the ESP 9250 is the top model, so has all the bells and whistles. It would be just as suitable in a small office as it would in the home and includes business features like fax and Automatic...
By Computer Shopper on November 01, 2010
Kodak's top-of-the-line multifunction printer promises, and delivers, lots of goodies, but it's plagued by slow speeds, frustrating quirks, and scan/copy problems. It's also a generation behind the competition....
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