Efficient Use Of Ink Cartridges With Kodak ESP 5250
Printer ink manufacturer Kodak's ESP 5250 will suit those looking for a compact and good looking all-in-one printer.
This is according to Pocket-lint reviewer Doug Harman, who said that the ESP 5250 combines a low printer ink cost with "good photo output and nice scans", providing that just small scans of flat originals are needed.
"The 5250 is a neat and compact, black liveried device featuring a nice 2.4-inch LCD screen and a large, clearly buttoned control panel graces the top," Mr Harman wrote on the website.
"The 100-sheet paper feed tray sits in the front of the device, so paper must be loaded upside down; it is fed into and back out on top of the unprinted, waiting paper."
When purchasing ink cartridges for the ESP 5250, Mr Harman said, customers should consider Kodak's Ultra Premium Photo Paper, which will achieve optimum photo prints.
Earlier this month, Kodak partnered with National Geographic to offer customers the chance to buy prints from the newly-published National Geographic Image Collection.
Posted by Elaine Richards