People with Kodak printer cartridges may be interested in the brand's ESP C310 model, which has been described as perfect for those shopping on a budget.
Writing for LaptopMag.com, reviewer Kenneth Butler said the product would suit students and others whose spending on printers is restricted, as it is relatively inexpensive and its ink cartridges also cost very little.
"While this all-in-one doesn't offer the bells and whistles and sky-high resolution of higher-end machines, the C310 gets the job done," he said.
At just 18 lbs in weight, Mr Butler explained the model was the "smallest, lightest and least expensive" multi-functional printer he has tested recently.
The expert also drew attention to its 1.5-inch LCD screen, which he claimed makes the product "a good choice for high school or college students".
Simon Handby wrote on expertreviews.co.uk that the Hewlett Packard LaserJet Pro CP1525n printer also represents good value for customers, as it is capable of producing up to 2,400 black-and-white and 1,200 colour pages for less than £400.