New Kodak Printer questions
The $37 price of HP cartridges has me ticked.
I saw on TV where Kodak had a sell session, where they claimed one of their
printers had about the cheapest ink cartridges.
Does anyone here have knowledge, or tales, about the
Kodak EasyShare 5300, '3 in 1' printer?
Hate to go from the frying pan into the fire.
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