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Kodak Hero 7.1 All-In-One WiFi Printer (Print, Copy, Scan)

by Kodak

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  • Send emails and attachments to your printer from anywhere, with Kodak Email Print Service
  • Print from your wireless network in minutes with easy Wi-Fi setup on 3.5" Touchscreen LCD
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  • Save time and paper with auto two-sided A4 printing
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BrandKodak
Item Weight998 g
Product Dimensions24.5 x 51 x 50.9 cm
Item model numberHero 7.1
Colorblack
  
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ASINB005J3ID4S
Best Sellers Rank 27,366 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 Kg
Date First Available5 Sep 2011
  
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107 of 110 people found the following review helpful By John68130 on 30 Oct 2011
I was given the Kodak Hero 7.1 as a gift to print mainly photos, "has Kodak had being involved in the photographic industry for years" it was with some trepidation I opened the box to set it up as I had read reviews of earlier Kodak printers, commenting on problems with set up, faulty print heads requiring replacing and below average photo print quality.
First it could not have being easer to set up, just follow the steps on the enclosed instructions. Just tell it if you want WiFi or are using the enclosed cable (disc goes in to computer after you set up the printer).
I've held off placing a review for a while to see if the print head fails, but touch wood Kodak have seem to have solved this problem, and every thing is working fine.
I found the print quality does very, but this seems to be more to do with the quality / type of photographic paper you use. I printed the same photo on Lexmark paper, Canon and Kodak's own paper and got three different results, all close but not surprisingly the Kodak paper gave the best colour / tonal range on its own printer. You also have the ability to enter the batch code from your Kodak paper, so presumably any batch changes will not alter the colour of your photos.
I tried a similar test with a flyer and again found the quality was more to do with paper quality than inks, plain photo copy paper although exactable, paling in comparison to good quality paper and light card stock.
Printing from memory cards or sticks is a matter of just following the touch screen prompts to get what you want from individual prints to multi photo sheets
The scanning ability, is what you expect from a modern 3in1 printer (I used my own software to scan not the Kodak package) and works well as a stand alone copier.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Baylisb on 13 Aug 2012
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We have owned the Kodak hero 7.1 for a few months now and it is constantly failing to print the quality expected!

I wouldnt say we re heavy printer users, however after constant ink head cleaning, head alignment and replacing cartridges, this printer still leaves stripes. We have tried a variety of papers, including Kodaks own paper and the pictures still come out flat in colour.

A very disappointing printer which we will be replacing
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Zac on 11 Nov 2011
My HP died while job hunting and I had to get something in a hurry. Cheap ink, duplex printing, and decent looks (for a printer) sold me on this one. Setup was quick and easy, document and photo print quality are great, as are the copies.
I would not hesitate to recommend this all in one printer to anyone.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Neiloid1 on 25 Oct 2012
Woeful printer, it scans ok, it prints pictures ok but ask it to print on anything other the Best setting and it bands badly and on draft it is all but unreadable. It may have cheap ink but the print quality is shameful. I spend at least a couple of hours a week live talking with India.
Unreliable, poor print quality, cheap ink at face value.
It just doesn't add up to a sensible buy - AVOID

I only wish I had bought from Amazon rather than Currys as i would have returned it for a full refund and be printing on something with more expensive ink, but that actually printed ok.

Just getting the printhead replaced, so basically its the whole printer replaced in parts, - wasting my time and shredding my nerves in the process.

UPDATE 06/01/14

The printhead was replaced and things were better, for a while. But then I was back on the phone to India and in the end my white printer was replaced, except for the printhead that I had to transfer over from the original printer, by a black version. I've been running this version successfully ever since. So now I have the machine I was after in the first place. I'm running it with a Mac and a windows laptop and they communicate perfectly with good quality printing and low costs.

However, I still cannot recommend this product to others as the time and cost it took to get to where I am now is not worth it. lets hope they get the problems sorted so they work out of the box.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. D. Howell on 20 Jun 2012
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I bought this printer last year and am very disappointed. The cheap ink claim is a con. The ink cartridges may not cost much but last about ten minutes. The Brother printer that we had before was much more cost effective. The first printer we had was faulty and Kodak sent us a replacement but we are still not impressed. I won't be buying another Kodak printer
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. W. Robinson on 23 Aug 2012
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WARNING! -Doesnt work with XP 64. This isnt made clear in the description.

Shame really as it looked like a good machine.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By john D on 11 Jan 2012
arrived quickly and good build quality. good results using the kodak all in one software but huge problems using windows7, refuses to print from office10 and browsers, finds printer but always says printer not ready, contacted kodak support but no replys, no mention of issue in help, although lots on forums
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38 of 43 people found the following review helpful By PentaxUser on 9 Jan 2012
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I bought this printer to give me wireless printing facilities and provide a printer capable of printing good quality images to enter into photographic competitions, as well as general document printing.

Setup was easy - it connected to my wifi network very easily, following the instructions in the Getting Started Guide, and the printer worked fine from both PC and laptop. ***** for that bit!

But the print quality was very disappointing. Even on Kodak's own photo paper at maximum quality, colours were lifeless and dull and print speed was very slow (though that was less of a problem). Photos printed on other manufacturers' papers (Epson, Canon, Permajet) fared even worse. Even printing webpages and colour documents on plain paper showed dull colours and banding compared with the 4 year old Canon USB printer I had bought this Kodak to replace. So photo printing gets only * I'm afraid.

I have to say though that this printer's other features -- dual paper trays, double-sided printing and scanning, for example -- all worked well. **** for those.

Overall rating ** and I am returning this printer to Amazon, as cheap inks aren't enough of a reason for me to stay with Kodak...
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