Prints and scans.
Standalone copier and email sender.
WiFi and Ethernet.
Low claimed cost per page.
Subpar output quality for text and graphics.
Slow print speed.
By Computeractive on November 20, 2012
Kodak's Hero 7.1 is an MFD aimed at general use in the home. It's available in just black, but our test model was black, silver and white with dashes of red. It's a refreshingly different colour scheme.This MFD doesn't have a fax modem...-
By TechRadar on March 02, 2012
One of four models in Kodak's new Hero line of all-in-one printers, the Hero 7.1 prints, scans and copies, and comes equipped with a range of options for wireless printing. This varies from sending items to print over a Wi-Fi connection to...60
By Trusted Reviews on February 28, 2012
The Kodak hero 7.1 is a mix of good and not so good. It's useful to have touchscreen control and a separate, powered tray for photo blanks. Duplex print is also worth having, though the reduction in page size is a continuing annoyance. In case you...-
By ePHOTOzine on December 23, 2011
The Kodak Hero 7.1 produces good colour prints and reasonable black and white prints, particularly when you go into the printer settings and set it to maximum quality. The scanner is a little poor being quite noisy both audibly and in the noise it puts...80
By GadgetSpeak on December 02, 2011
The latest range of Kodak All In One devices, USB and Wireless and software that can do more than the average software package. Here I am looking at the basic All In One offering units cost less than they did and ink is cheaper as tanks are...92
By itreviews.com on November 29, 2011
The Kodak Hero 7.1 shares the elegant style of the rest of the Hero multifunction range, with an exceptionally broad selection of connectivity plus an auto-duplex function, a large responsive touchscreen, separate photo paper tray and memory card...80
By PC Mag on November 29, 2011
The Kodak HERO 7.1 All-in-One Printer leans more towards home than office needs, but it can easily serve in the dual role of home and light-duty home office printer. It prints, scans, copies, sends email, and lets you print through the cloud....70
By PC Advisor on October 19, 2011
Our favourite of the Hero series, the 7.1 is better than many dedicated photo-printers we’ve tried and will save you space and money to boot. If photographs are important to you, this all-in-one is the printer you need to pick....100
By CNET UK on September 21, 2011
The Kodak Hero 7.1 certainly isn't the fastest colour inkjet all-in-one printer around, but it's cheap to run, looks ace and produces great prints. It's an excellent option for family...90
By ePHOTOzine on September 07, 2011
until we get the printers in for review, our initial impressions are positive.Have a look at the news announcement, or for more information visit www.kodak.com...-