I purchased the 5210 model of the printer about a month ago and found that the print quality is very good, especially compared to the Lexmark inkjet in my office and my HP 9500 series printer at home. Using the Kodak AiO Home Center software, the printer produces excellent prints, particularly if you use premium paper. For everyday printing it's good too. I don't use the printer for high volume printing (over 100 pages), but for individual 4 x 6 and 8 x 10 prints for friends/family/clients, as well as printing Avery CD labels, it prints very well. My only objection is that it doesn't come with a USB printer cable, so I bought one from WalMart later that day. I had challenges connecting via WiFi, but the USB option works great. I can carry the printer to work with me, and my office computer (Windows XP) can access it, and my laptop (Windows 7) can access it as well. Despite some of the poor reviews listed above, I'm enjoying this printer a lot. I'm buying a 5250 for my office to replace my inkjet Lexmark printer.
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