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About this product
- Product InformationPrint, copy, scan or fax with just the push of a button with the Kodak ESP 7250 printer. Use the LCD color display of this Kodak all-in-one printer to keep a track of the device activity. This flatbed Kodak Inkjet printer provides a superior resolution of 2400 pixels for great images. Moreover, the 26 cpm color and 27 cpm black copy speed of this Kodak all-in-one printer help you complete your tasks faster. You can now transfer digital media files instantly from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or BLACKBERRY, using the network compatibility feature of this Kodak Inkjet printer. The Kodak ESP 7250 printer is also Energy Star rated. So, get ready to enjoy an efficient device that is high on performance and low on power consumption.
- ModelESP 7250
- Printer TypeAll-In-One Printer
- Family LineKodak ESP
- Output TypeColor
- Black print speed up to32ppm
- Max Resolution (BW)1200 x 1200 dpi
- Color print speed up to30 ppm
- Extend Printer TechnologyInkjet
- InterfaceBluetooth,DPOF,EKPTP,PictBridge,USB 1.0/1.1,USB 2.0,Wireless
- Form FactorDesktop
- Duplex PrintoutStandard
- Memory Card CompatibilityCompact Flash Type I,Memory Stick,Memory Stick DUO,Multimedia Card,SDHC,Secure Digital (SD),xD Picture Card
- Media TypeCards,Envelopes,Labels,Photo Paper,Photos,Plain Paper,Text,Transparencies
- Max Media Size216 x 432 mm (8.5" x 17")
- Networking TypeNetwork Adapter,Wireless Network Adapter
- Data Link ProtocolBluetooth,Ethernet
- Scanner ShapeFlatbed Scanner
- Scanner Resolution1200 x 1200 dpi
- PanelColor LCD
Most relevant reviews
- jen4ben16Jun 02, 2017by
Works really well. Printed some pictures on it and they came out great.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- afilson7Sep 06, 2014by
Kodak outperforms Canon in ink cost, reliability, and features.
I replaced a Canon inkjet printer MG6420 which was I believe the cheapest built piece of excrement ever assembled. This Kodak printer is sooo much better. It has a paper tray, a secondary feed, the ink costs less than half what Canon charges, the quality is outstanding, and I don't have to walk over to it and pull down the door every time I want to print to it. The Canon I had was a warranty replacement for a printer I bought about a year earlier. It was however the worst printer I ever saw. Canon refused to replace my printer with the same model, and instead sent me a piece of garbage. I love this Kodak printer and will NEVER again buy anything with the name Canon on it. Do yourself a favor stay away from Canon desktop inkjet printers the first went bad the second was so poorly built I doubt it would have lasted a month. Buy Kodak and save money, and get outstanding quality. Read full review
- lovegramsx8May 03, 2013by
Lost without my Kodak ESP 7250 & Saved through eBay's search for a new one!
I owned this type of Kodak printer for 3 years and would say I abused my original Kodak 7250 greatly with the amount of newsletters I write for our subdivision as well as the photo's I print out (of my family & friends). I have 14 photo albums personally and create a (300 picture) photo album for each grandchild(8) as they graduate from high school. My last printer "died" and I was desperate to locate one just like it - I finally found it on eBay and at a great price! It was reconditioned and has worked perfectly since the day it came in the mail. I currently have printed out family photos (enlarged) for a wall in my bedroom and they look just like a professional photographer did them. When my original printer stopped working, I bought another brand - but found the print ink cartridges were too expensive for my hobby. So I took it back and started searching for another Kodak ESP 7250. Thank good ness I found one on eBay! Read full review
- cisco-wizardAug 06, 2012by
Absolutely the WORST printer I have ever owned !!!
Horrible printer! Don't waste your money on this piece of crap from a company that has filed for bankruptcy and will likely disappear. Multiple problems: (1) I cannot get more than 10 copies to print before the ink cartridge is drained! Kodak says it's the print heads: They have sent me two sets of print heads and I still cannot print more than 10 copies of an ordinary document on plain paper before the ink is completely gone! (2) Wireless connectivity problems abound. After I have had the printer on for more than 30 minutes, it drops its connection with my wireless network. If I want to print something, I have to turn the printer off and on again and then reboot my PC. Yes, I have all the firmware and software updates installed. (3) I have a Samsung wireless laser printer and I have ZERO problems with my Samsung. (4) I bought an HP 8600 Office Pro to replace this Kodak piece-of-crap and it runs perfectly as well. And the printed cost-per-page is LOWER with the HP 8600 than it is with the Kodak so don't believe Kodak's spiel about their "low printing cost:" It is a lie. Read full review
- brittonbizkitNov 14, 2010by
Good Printer Bad Wireless
The printer itself is great. Printing quality is just as good as paying someone else to do it. However, I always have to plug my laptop up to the printer as the wireless does not work as well as portrayed. I bought this printer specifically for the wireless printing but I have yet to get this to work properly. I have tried all suggestions to make this work better and nothing has worked. Maybe you will have better luck!