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

by Kodak

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  • The lowest ink replacement costs in the UK
  • 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
  • Print on the go from your smartphone, computer, or tablet using Google Cloud Print Apps
  • Save time and paper with auto two-sided A4 printing
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Item Weight998 g
Product Dimensions24.5 x 51 x 50.9 cm
Item model numberHero 7.1
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Best Sellers Rank 22,817 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 Kg
Date First Available5 Sep 2011


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Intelligent enough to do more, with ink that costs less.

What would you call a printer that combines high intelligence with high-quality, low-cost ink? We call it the Kodak HERO 7.1 All-in-One Printer — a printer with an impressively high IQ that makes printing as easy as 1-2-3.

Why you might consider buying the Kodak Hero 7.1:
  • All-in-one print, copy and scan.
  • Print on the go with Google Cloud and Kodak email printing.
  • Easy and fast Wi-Fi setup.
  • 3.5” Touchscreen LCD Panel with front panel memory card and USB connectivity.
  • Dual paper trays - includes an auto-engaging photo tray and general purpose tray.
  • Lowest total ink replacement costs in the UK.

Print on the go with a smartphone, tablet or laptop.

With new Kodak Hero printers you get two smart and simple ways to enable you to print on the go from your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Kodak Email Print and Google Cloud Print allow you to send photos and documents to your home printer from virtually any mobile device wherever you are, whether in the same room or on the other side of the world. It’s a very simple process that doesn’t need special software or even your PC to be connected, and it’s absolutely free. Simply register with Google Cloud Print.

Once you have registered your printer with Google Cloud Print and Kodak Email Print, you will be able to send documents to your printer from any connected smartphone, tablet or computer, simply by selecting the “Print Button” in Google Cloud Print enabled apps, or by sending an email to your printer’s email address.

Send e-mails and attachments to your printer from anywhere, using any e-mail account, with Kodak Email Print Service

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What is Google Cloud Print?

Google Cloud Print is a free service that lets you print on the go from your smartphone, tablet, or computer using Google Cloud Print enabled apps such as Google Mail (Gmail), Google Calendar and Google Docs.

To print using Google Cloud Print, you will need:
  • A Kodak Hero all-in-one Printer, registered and connected to Google Cloud Print via Wi-Fi or Ethernet (not USB cable). The printer must be powered on or in sleep mode.
  • Any internet connected device that has a Google Cloud Print enabled app.

Printing attachments within your Google Mail is no problem including Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDFs. You can even print directly from Google Docs, allowing your prints to be ready as soon as you get home.

What is Kodak Email Print?

Kodak Email Print Service is a free service that assigns a unique email address to your printer, so you can easily email documents to your printer from anywhere. Both the body of the email and any attachments will be printed.

To print using Kodak Email Print, you will need:
  • A Kodak Hero all-in-one Printer, registered and connected to Google Cloud Print via wi-fi or Ethernet (not USB cable). The printer must be powered on or in sleep mode.
  • Any internet connected device with an email program.

When you send an email to your printer, the body of the email and any attachments will print. The following attachments will be printed; Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, PDFs, text files, HTML, plus images such as jpg, jpeg, bmp, png, gif, and tiff.

The following email clients and services have been tested with Kodak Email Print:
  • Desktop Apps: Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, Lotus Notes 8.5, and Mac Mail.
  • Web Apps: Gmail, Yahoo! mail and Hotmail.
  • Mobile Apps: Apple iOS mail, Android mail, Blackberry mail and Nokia/Symbian mail.

You may send any number of attachments to be printed; however the maximum file size of any one attachment is 7MB, and the total size of your email with attachments should not exceed 50MB.

When you register for Kodak Email Print, anyone can send emails to your printer. However, you can limit who can print to your printer, by creating a list of authorised senders called a ‘white list’. This ensures your printer is protected from spam.

Kodak’s Pic Flick App

Kodak’s new Pic Flick App lets you effortlessly print photos from your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, BlackBerry or Android smartphone straight to a Wi-Fi Kodak printer. Simply download the App from the App Store, Android Market or

Intuitive, easy-to-use features.

The Kodak Hero 7.1 All-in-One Printer is a complete print, scan and copy solution with incredibly easy to use features.

Start printing from your 802.11b/g/n wireless network in minutes with easy Wi-Fi setup

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Easy and fast Wi-Fi setup

Kodak offers one of the easiest and fastest Wi-Fi set-ups in the industry. So you can start printing and scanning from anywhere in your home or office in a matter of minutes. Simply select the Wi-Fi Set-Up Wizard from the menu on the printer's LCD, select your network and type in your network security password.


Scanning is easy too, the high resolution optical scanner allows you to scan multiple images at once with the software automatically creating separate image files making it quick and easy to get great scans.

Touchscreen control and convenient connectivity

Kodak all-in-one printers are designed to be easy to setup and control. The sleek, responsive 3.5 in. colour LCD touchscreen makes it simple to create, copy, scan, and print. With conveniently located memory card slots on the front panel, supporting SD/SDHC, MMC, and Memory stick, you can view and print photos on the touchscreen without the need for a PC. If you prefer to hook up your printer via a standard USB cable, then use the Kodak All-in-One Home Center Software, allowing you to edit with ease to reduce red eye, fix blemishes and skin tones, or even restore colour.

Double-sided printing

Waiting to turn the sheet over is no longer an issue with the Kodak Hero 5.1 All-in-One Printer, thanks to automatic double sided printing. With double sided printing you can save money, reduce your paper consumption and help the environment in the process – all without compromising on print quality.

Smart sensor technology

Loading paper into the printer couldn’t be simpler thanks to the rear feed paper tray, holding 100 sheets of document paper or 20 sheets of photo paper for continuous, worry-free printing. There is even an intelligent paper sensor which automatically adjusts printer settings based on paper type, so you get the right print the first time.

Dual paper tray convenience

Switch effortlessly between photo and document printing with two paper trays. Load photo paper in one tray, plain paper in the other, and let the printer toggle between them depending on what you are printing – it couldn’t be easier. The photo paper tray has a capacity of 20 sheets upto 5 × 7 in. and including the popular 4 x 6 in. A4 can be loaded into other tray with a maximum capacity of 100 sheets.

Borderless and printable templates

Easily access printable template designs right from the control panel including graph paper, line paper (narrow or wide ruled), tic-tac-toe, reminder list, shopping list, and sheet music (portrait and landscape).

Kodak printing technology.

High-quality photos and documents with KODACOLOR technology

KODACOLOR technology is a revolutionary technology that combines a high nozzle density printhead and pigmented inks with precision dual drop placement. Together with our instant dry papers and high speed print system you get brilliant, crisp documents and vivid photos that last a lifetime. And all this for up to 50% less than other inkjet systems*.

At its most basic, a print is literally ink on paper. Our thermal inkjet printhead has 3,840 nozzles. All those nozzles deliver fast, precise, high-density printing. Plus, our printhead is a permanent part of the printer. Not part of the ink cartridge, like most other inkjets. So not only do you have a precisely tuned system—and quality prints—you only have to pay for it once.

What makes it all work? Over a hundred years of Kodak image science. This includes advanced color management for a wider color gamut, real-life tones, and brilliant colors. It includes algorithms in the printer and in the all-in-one printer software. All of this combines to give you crisp, clear documents and Kodak lab-quality prints at home.

Average cost of replacing all inks versus competitors

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The only printer ink triple 5 star rated for print quality

Most consumer inkjet printers use dyes, but Kodak printers use patented pigment based inks that deliver incredible print quality, ‘best-in-class’ print permanence of 120+ years** and prints that dry instantly.

In the latest Which Test Lab report on printer ink (July 2011) Kodak was the only printer ink awarded five out of five star ratings in all three categories for print quality; text print quality, photo print quality and water resistance. The same Which report highlighted Kodak as the lowest cost printer ink of any printer manufacturer on test.

The Kodak Hero 7.1 All-in-One Printer works with our expanded line of Kodak pigment-based 10 Series Inks. Featuring patented pigmented ink, ensures Kodak lab-quality photos and documents that last a lifetime Ideal for everyday printing. Print crisp, sharp, black and colour documents thanks to instant drying which resist smudges and smears. Kodak offers a range of ink cartridges that suit the way you print.

Fed up with expensive printer ink?

When you buy a printer, price will often be a major factor. But with expensive replacement ink cartridges, the total cost is not always clear – and high running costs can come as a bit of a shock later on. Kodak all-in-one Printers are different. You pay a little more for the printer but much less for the ink so now you can afford to print as much as you like.

Don’t just take our word for it, all testing was done independently to ISO standards by QualityLogic, who have provided testing services for the printing industry for over 20 years. QualityLogic are a world-leading expert in printer testing and were integral in developing the international standard (ISO) for measuring print cartridge performance. So say goodbye to overpriced ink and enjoy Kodak’s low-cost, high quality pigment-ink cartridges that give you all the bright colours and sharp text you’d expect for just a fraction of the price.

The expanded line of Kodak Pigment-Based 10 Series Inks

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Standard cartridges:

Kodak 10B Black Ink Cartridge - Prints 425 black text pages***

Kodak 10CL Colour Ink Cartridge - Prints 420 colour graphic documents***

High-volume XL cartridges:

Kodak 10XL Black Ink Cartridge - Prints 770 black text pages***

Brand new features added to Kodak AiO Home Centre software

Once you have connected your printer to your PC or Mac our Home Centre Software is packed with great features to help you enjoy an even better printing experience.

The first 3D photo printing experience among leading consumer inkjet printers

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Introducing 3D photo printing from Kodak

The first 3D photo printing experience among leading consumer inkjet printers. All it takes is a few simple steps to create stunning 3D pictures that leap off the paper. Create 3D pictures at home... it's easy.

All you need is your digital camera, a Kodak All-in-One Printer, and Kodak Home Center Software, (version 6.2 or higher).

  • Select a subject that has little motion— portraits, and landscapes work best.
  • Take one picture. Within 20 seconds, move the camera 3 in. (75mm) to the right without changing the camera angle, and take a second picture.
  • Save the pictures to your computer and use Home Center Software to create and print 3D pictures—simply follow the on-screen instructions.
  • View your prints with the special Kodak 3D glasses.
Print from social networks

This software enables consumers to manage and print their photos, including those on social media sites such as Kodak Gallery, Facebook, Picasa, Flickr and Photobucket, all from one location. What’s great about this is that you still have all of the same editing and cropping abilities with these images as you do with your native ones.

Print from video

Another great new feature of the new software is the inclusion of printing pictures from video. You are now able to extract a still image from a video using the software then print directly to your Kodak printer. You can print pictures from AVI, MOV, and MP4 videos.

Kodak All-in-One Printers range comparison

Model Kodak ESP C110 Kodak ESP C310 Kodak ESP Office 2170 Kodak HERO 5.1 Kodak HERO 6.1 Kodak HERO 7.1 Kodak HERO 9.1
Print, Copy, Scan Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Fax - - Yes - Yes - Yes
Wifi - Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Google Cloud Print Ready - - - Yes Yes Yes Yes
Kodak Email Print Ready - - - Yes Yes Yes Yes
Colour Screen Size (in.) 1.5 1.5 1.5 2.4 2.4 3.5 Touchscreen 4.3 Touchscreen
Print speed - mono (ipm) 6.0 6.0 6.0 8.0 8.5 8.5 8.5
Print speed – colour (ipm) 4.0 4.0 4.0 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5
Memory Card Slots - - Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Duplex - - - Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto-Document Feeder - - Yes - Yes - Yes
Dual Paper Trays (A4 and Photo) - - - - - Yes Yes
Quality Pigment Ink System 30 Series 30 Series 30 Series 30 Series 10 Series 10 Series 10 Series

*As compared to leading consumer inkjet printers total ink load replacement costs using manufacturer's recommended ink cartridges; excludes printers that use only one cartridge. Based on independent third party cartridge pricing survey data obtained May 2009. IDC cartridge pricing survey data.

** Under all common consumer display and storage environments. Based on testing by Wilhelm Imaging Research (WIR) on Kodak papers. Actual results may vary.

*** Results based on average annual print volumes compared to leading consumer inkjet printers. Actual results may vary.

Product Description

The KODAK Hero 7.1 3-in-1 is a great wireless Printer! This versatile business machine is also a Printer, Copier and Scanner and helps you keep productive in the home or office. With this machine you can print from the Google digital cloud by seamlessly connecting with your wireless device, IPad, IPhone and smart phones from anywhere, which makes it even more unique. The Kodak Hero 7.1 features include • Smart alerts offering enhanced intelligent printing notification, providing not only how long a print job will take to print, but if you lack the necessary supplies to complete the print job. • Showcasing a 3.5” touch screen control panel for ease of use and enables the best in class wifi set up over a wireless network in minutes. • Intelligent paper sensors optimize print quality based on the amount and type of media guaranteeing the right print the first time • Print more with multiple photo trays and double sided printing • 3 printing, print from Video, Facebook, Flickr, Gallery Key Specifications are Print • 8.5/5.45ipm • 28 sec photo • 9600 dpi coplour (advanced drop replacement) • Double sided printing (4.6/3.7ipm) • 100 sheet input tray Copy • 6/4 cpm; 28 sec FCOT (no p[pm per legal) Scan • 2400 dpi scan , 9600 dpi enhanced Connectivity • Google cloud Printing • Scan to memory cards, front USB, email, network folders Lower the cost of doing business with Kodak ink – this printer uses Kodak 10 series ink cartridges 1302536071 Kodak 10B & 10C Inkjet Cartridge Combo Pack 1302536062 Kodak 10C Inkjet Cartridge Colour 1302536002 Kodak 10B Inkjet Cartridge Black 1302536101 Kodak 10XL Inkjet Cartridge Black

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108 of 111 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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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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14 of 15 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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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bobby on 2 Dec 2013
I bought this inkjet printer last year, because I was currently a student studying photography I thought the printer was going be great for what I need it for.

First impressions (out of the box) nice looking, modern feel, great "dual paper trays", very easy to setup via Wi-Fi (and cable via Ethernet), great looking interface and driver software. The "starter" ink seemed to last quite a long time, about 5 A4 vibrant photos and a few documents. The standard ink lasted a bit longer, but for the money I thought the ink was a good deal. Also the other great built in features such as lined paper and cloud printing are great.

However, and a very big however, 3 months down line, my ink levels appeared to drop for no apparent reason. I didn't really think about why this happening so I just brought more ink. It happened again so I opened the area where the ink and printhead is. I then switched off the machine, took out the print head and the head was smothered in ink, I thought this may have been normal but turns out it is not. I also dipped my finger in the place where the print head is suspended when the machine is off and the machine was probably about half a millimetre filled with ink. So I thought the print head was leaking when machine is off.

I took the printer to the store I bought it from (PC world, unfortunately). They happily took it in for testing and "sent it to Kodak to be fixed". Well 2 weeks later, all they done was replace the printhead, no software errors, no firmware errors, nothing, no information.
So I spent more money on ink. The print head still leaked so I emailed, phoned, and sent letters to Kodak. I got absolutely got nowhere, because apparently the printer has been "modified".
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