Individuals looking to make savings by purchasing Kodak ink cartridges may be interested in the features the ESP 7250 printer from the manufacturer has to offer.
The all-in-one device incorporates scanning and copying functionality, as well as Wi-Fi capabilities that can allow it to hook up to a home network, while smartphone users can send documents directly to the device from their handset.
It also includes two paper trays, with one dedicated to photo paper that auto-engages when images of this size are sent to print, which could make it more convenient for home users.
The range of features on offer was praised by CNet UK reviewer Niall Magennis, who highlighted the "easy to navigate" menu system and automatic duplexing capabilities as elements that work in the ESP 7250's favour.
He was also impressed with the low running costs for the Kodak machine, which he observed is something the model has in common with many devices in the manufacturer's range.
Mr Magennis recently described the expenses for operating the ESP 5220 model as "very cheap for an inkjet printer".