Kodak ESP Office 2170 specs

By Simon Williams


Key Features

  • Low running costs
  • Simple straight-through paper path
  • Good print quality on plain and photo paper
  • PictBridge/USB socket
  • Good software support
  • Manufacturer: Kodak
  • Review Price: £120.00
Quick Glance
Type Inkjet
Paper Size A4
Colour Yes
Fax Yes
Copier Yes
Scanner Yes
Physical Specifications
Height 296
Width 455
Depth 650
Weight 6.9
Scanner Yes
Copier Yes
Fax Yes
Type Inkjet
Duplex No
Print Resolution 4800
Paper Size A4
Sheet Capacity 150
Max Paper Weight 280
Colour Yes
Rated Black Speed 6
Rated Colour Speed 4
Number of Catridges 4
Print Without PC Yes
Scan Resolution 1200 x 1200
Connection Type USB
Card slot SD
Networking Yes
Extra Features Fax, low running costs

Carlton Moore

November 5, 2013, 11:29 pm

This is the worst printer I have ever had. I am actually on the phone with their customer service department in India and they cannot do anything for me. I have gone through three printheads, the ink cartridges have never lasted even 10% of their advertised life, and Kodak will not do anything but tell me that because it is 1 1/2 years old it is out of warranty and there is nothing they can do to help me. This printer is a money pit and has never worked properly from the beginning. I should have returned it right away instead of giving them the benefit of the doubt. Now they have my $150, plus what I spent on numerous $30 cartridges, and I have nothing to show for it but a broken printer. I wlll never buy anything Kodak again!


January 18, 2014, 6:12 pm

Quite right a money pit . just had to replace color ink again despite using none in printing. Ink is used every time printer starts up. If you only print black it will still use the color ink , which i proved by deliberatly not using the color in my last cartridge, and which as i said i have just had to replace. And of course you have to replace because when color runs out you can't use the printer despite having black ink left! Kodak are one big con.

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