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Kodak ESP 3.2 Review

The Kodak ESP 3.2 is a fairly mediocre entry-level printer.

June 04, 2012
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Width 16.5 in.
Weight 11.5 lbs.
Height 7 in.
Printing System Inkjet
WiFi Yes
Bluetooth No
Scan Resolution 1200 DPI DPI
Max Scan Size 8.5" x 11" in.
SD / MMC Slot Yes
USB Yes
Ethernet No
USB 2.0 Yes
Manufacturer Name Kodak
Minimum Media Size 4 x 6
Brand Name (Kodak)
Length 12.4
LCD Screen Size 2.5"
Parallel No
Paper Types Supported 4" x 6" to 8.5" x 11"
Color Copy Yes
USB 2.0 High Speed No
xD Card No
PictBridge No
Max Paper 100 sheets
Memory Stick Yes
DPOF No
Duplex No
Memory Stick Pro Yes
Max Number of Copies 99
Price 99.99
B&W Print DPI 1200
Paper Trays Included 1
General Type
  • MultiFunction
Cartridges
  • CMY
  • Black
Connectivity Options
  • Memory Card - SD
  • Memory Card - Memory Stick
  • USB
  • USB 2.0
  • WiFi
Memory Stick DUO Yes
Color Print DPI 1200
Included Software Drivers disc
Paper Trays Max 1
Original Price 99.99
Scan Yes
B&W Copy Yes
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