Review of Kodak’s Under-$70 Step Instant Mobile Photo Printer – A PCMag Editors’ Choice

A value-priced phone companion available in multiple bundles

Review of the Kodak Step Instant Mobile Photo Printer at PCMag

Review of Kodak Step Instant Mobile Photo Printer from PCMag


      • Low purchase price and competitive running costs
      • Good output quality
      • Multiple bundles available
      • Supports NFC


    • Only wireless (no USB) connectivity
    • No support for Windows or macOS laptops or desktops

Kodak’s line of pocket photo printers ranges from the Step Slim Instant Photo Printer to the Editors’ Choice award-winning Mini 3 Retro Portable Photo Printer. The Step Instant Mobile Photo Printer seen here is closely related to the $10-more-expensive Step Slim we reviewed a few months ago. Like the Step Slim and several other Zero Ink (Zink) smartphone photo printers, the Kodak Step prints well, with easy-to-use Bluetooth connectivity and competitive operating costs. After a recent price cut from $99.99 to $69.99, it’s also a good value. (Another PCMag favorite, 2018’s HP Sprocket Plus, lists for more than twice as much at $149.99.) Zink printers can’t match the image quality of dye-sublimation models, but this Kodak is a small-format pocket photo printer that’s easy to like—so much so it earns its own Editors’ Choice award among Zink models.

Read the entire review at PCMag.

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