Kodak Verité 55
With easy maintenance and NFC connection for mobiles, this all-in-one inkjet looks competitive
Kodak has revamped its entry-level all-in-one into the ESP 1.2 and added a lot of functionality.
Kodak’s above mid-range hero 7.1 printer includes several features which make it appealing, including its dual paper trays.
Kodak’s hero 9.1 offers a four-function all-in-one with modern trimmings, like a touchscreen control panel. Duplex print is still dodgy, though.
The Office Hero 6.1 is Kodak’s latest SOHO all-in-one, and includes a duplex scanner. Is this the advantage it appears?
The hero 5.1, first of the new range of hero printers from Kodak, takes the remote printing route HP pioneered with ePrint, but goes with Google Cloud instead.
Another example of Kodak's new range of lower-priced all-in-ones, which still offer exceptionally low running costs.
Kodak’s new, slimmed-down print engine in a SOHO all-in-one, at a lower price than earlier models. So is it all good news?
A cheap and cheerful addition to Kodak's range of all-in-ones, which uses a new print engine, but appears to offer lower value.