Kodak has unleashed its new members in its all-in-one printer line: the ESP 3250 and the ESP 5250. Both uses Kodak’s Kodacolor technology, which help users save on ink as the technology allows the printers to subsist on extremely cheap inks.
The ESP 3250 has a multifunctional card reader and a 1.5-inch LCD screen that enables you to see the pictures or files you are going to print. On the other hand, the ESP 5250 adds WiFi to the mix including a new welcome feature. It also has a multifunction card reader, although it minimizes the display to a 2.4-inch LCD.
With the Kodakolor, users of these printers can save as much as $110 dollars on ink. A three-color cartridge for either printer will only cost $15 while black is priced at $10. Compared with the Canon inks, these inks would save a lot of your hard-earned money.
The Kodak ESP 3250 will retail for $130 while the ESP 5250 will come out for $150.