Kodak ESP 3.2

  • Kodak ESP 3.2
71
Based on 11 scores, 14 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • Inexpensive; Fast setup; Wide variety of printing options; Excellent printing quality
  • Great photos, Supercheap ink.
  • Good-looking print, copy, and scan quality, Easy to set up and use, Low ink cost per page, Excellent photo output

Cons:

  • Lacks AirPrint support;
  • A tad noisy in operation, Slow.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Computeractive on -

Kodak may no longer make cameras, but it's still one of the biggest names when it comes to multifunction printers (MFPs). The ESP 3.2 is the latest addition to the range: it has useful touchscreen controls and new features such as the ability to print...

By LaptopMag on 80

The Kodak ESP 3.2 delivers fast speeds, quality prints and a plethora of mobile printing options for an affordable...

By GadgetSpeak on 72

This unit is small, in fact so small you think it cannot support an A4 page but it does. The black colour may put some off but as it can connect by Wireless as well as USB the former will allow it to sit out of sight in a...

By PC World on 60

Great photo output, nice documents (at best quality), and inexpensive ink more than compensate for this inkjet MFP's slow and slightly loud...

By Macworld UK on 80

It’s not the fastest printer we’ve ever come across, but Kodak’s ESP 3.2 is a good option for home users who simply want a decent quality printer that doesn’t cost too much to run. The ESP 3.2 only costs £79, but it provides good value for money as...

By Expert Reviews on 60

Cheap running costs, but average scanning and printing quality - there are better printers for the price...

By Computer Shopper on 80

This light, small, and inexpensive all-in-one prints great-looking documents and exceptional photos—all at a reasonable cost per page. It's an above-average buy for consumers with moderate output demands....

By PC Mag on 80

Aimed primarily at home use, the Kodak ESP 3.2 All-in-One Printer inkjet MFP can also serve for light-duty use in a home office, or in the dual role of home and home-office printer. ...

By cnet on 50

Despite its remote-printing capabilities, the Kodak ESP 3.2's design blunders and inconsistent performance are unacceptable in the face of competing multifunctions in the sub-$100...

By Trusted Reviews on -

Touchscreen LCD display Low-cost consumables Increased print speed Small footprint when closed Easy maintenance You'd be forgiven for confusing the Kodak ESP 3.2 with its cheaper sibling, the Kodak ESP 1.2. It has the same case, the same colour...

By reviewed.com on -

Overall, the Kodak esp 3.2 is a basic, entry-level multifunction printer that is most at home in a dorm or beside a family computer. With color performance that allows you to print off decent-looking photos quickly, and a good level of detail, the Kodak...

By CNET UK on 70

The Kodak ESP 3.2's low running costs, especially for colour printing, set it apart form the pack, but there are better models out there when it comes to print speed and...

By PC Advisor on 80

Your PC is no longer the focus for Kodak's ESP range, with WiFi and support for multiple devices. Print speeds are a little on the slow side but photo printing speeds are more respectable, and the quality is worthy of the name “Kodak”. The Kodak ESP...

By techradar.com/au/ on 70

Perhaps a better choice purely for the home rather than the home office, the Kodak ESP 3.2 is a breeze to set up and use, and a sound choice for a family who want to be able to print wirelessly from their computer or iOS/BlackBerry/Android device. We...