Kodak continues to enlarge its variety of inkjet all-in-ones. The ESP 9250 is the present top-of-the-range so has all the goodies Kodak can brude of to insert. It's still not a great machine and its black and silver livery feature unassuming but good.
The 30-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) doesn't include a lot to the machine's height and the control panel is clean and properly laid out. It contains a 61mm colour LCD view a solid, metal-faced browsing ring a variety of pad for fax number and pass code entry and buttons to start and stop scan and copy work.
To the right of the paper trays are two memory card gaps for all the common types of card similar and a USB plug which doubles as a PictBridge connection. At the back are plug for USB and Ethernet but the tool also helps WI-Fi connection which is normally used up from the printer's front panel.
Kodak's fastly claims are as usual outlandish at 32ppm for black and 30ppm for colour. Even in draft section we only see just over 8.5ppm and in generl print mode it was in the range of 4.5ppm and 5.0ppm. The ESP 9250 is provided with a duplexes, which clips on at the back and makes a speed of around 4.0 sides per minute.