*NEWS*KODAK’S NEW INKJET PRINTER LINE

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*NEWS*KODAK’S NEW INKJET PRINTER LINE

 user 2008-01-11 at 1:18:00 pm Views: 60
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    Kodak to expand inkjet printer line
    Las
    Vegas (NV) – Kodak will launch a new, sleeker inkjet printer with a
    glossy black finish to complement its existing products which launched
    about a year ago.  We have the details and pictures direct from the CES
    show floor.Unlike the first round of printers that launched exclusively
    in Best Buy, the ESP 3 will launch in all major big box stores.  It
    also includes multiple memory card slots and all the features from
    Kodak’s first two models.The ESP 3 will use the same ink cartridges
    from Kodak’s other three devices.  That is the company’s main selling
    point, as the black cartridge is just $10 and the color one $15.  They
    also come in a combo pack for around $23.

    Another new feature
    with the ESP 3 is called “facial retouch”, which will clear up any
    facial blemishes with one click.  Now we just have to wait for that
    ability to come out in real life.  Also of note, the facial retouch
    software is available now at kodak.com for anyone with the older
    printers.One feature that is lacking from the new model, however, is
    the LCD preview screen, which is included on Kodak’s current 5300 and
    5500 printers, which retail for $150 and $200 respectively.The ESP 3 is
    scheduled to come out this spring at an MSRP of around $130, the same
    price as the current low-end Easyshare 5100 printer.