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Easy to use control panel and software.
Excellent photo output.
Impressive software bundle.
New print engine design that keeps ink costs low.
Prints 3D photos.
Prints and scans over a network.
Automatic document feeder.
Exceptional print, copy and scan quality.
Low cost of consumables.
IPhone and BlackBerry Apps available for printing directly from mobile devices.
Plainpaper print quality is mediocre.
Cannot print or scan in duplex.
Lacks double-sided printing and has with a small LCD screen that hinders photo-editing functionality.
Kodak's All-in-One Home Center software works only with Windows, leaving Mac users without 3D printing or photo-editing features.
No Ethernet connector.
Relatively low paper capacity.
Relatively slow for business applications.
Can't fax from a PC.
No Android or Windows Mobile print apps.
By PCWorld on September 23, 2011
This inexpensive model offers bare-bones capabilities and speed for home offices, and its low ink costs are offset by disappointing plain-paper print quality....
By Computeractive on September 15, 2011
Quality wasn't always the greatest but this printer-scanner is fast and economical to run...
By Macworld UK on August 25, 2011
The name of the ESP Office 2170 makes it clear that this is very much designed as a workhorse office printer. It costs just £120, and is the only model in this group to provide a built-in fax machine along with its printing, scanning and copying...
By Macworld UK on July 13, 2011
While the C310 is aimed more at home users, the 2170 falls squarely into Kodak's Office range. But while there are visual similarities between this and the C310 – the 2170 retains the unpolished black plastic and the strip of orange –...
By PC Advisor on July 06, 2011
The Kodak ESP Office 2170 isn't without its faults. We'd prefer a larger screen and, of course, the speed is disappointing. It's a real shame that you couldn't use this MFD for urgent text jobs, as otherwise it's got the strong...
By Digital Arts Online on July 01, 2011
Kodak's ESP Office 2170 falls squarely into Kodak's Office range. You wouldn't buy it to printer artwork or photos, but it provides a cheap way to knock out business documents. It can also do scanning and copying alongside general printing....
By cnet on June 24, 2011
The Kodak ESP 2170 is worthwhile if you run a small business and need a low-volume printer that can output high-quality snapshot photos, but bigger offices and Mac users should keep...
By itreviews.com on June 23, 2011
The Kodak ESP Office 2170 multifunction printer has a solid set of features, good Wi-Fi connection, low ink consumption and above-average print quality, as well as a few fun and handy extras. However, slow print speeds and the lack of auto duplex...
By PC Mag on June 21, 2011
Despite its name, the Kodak ESP Office 2170 All-In-One Printer is less suited for the office than for the home office or for the dual role of home and home office MFP. Buy it...
By PrinterComparison on June 17, 2011
If the Kodak ESP Office 2170 All-in-One was being marketed at homes as a budget friendly photo all-in-one printer, I'd consider giving it an Editor's Choice Award. The photo and text quality was excellent, it offers creative features and easy to...
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