KODAK's NEW PRINTER USES 5-INK CARTRIDGE SYSTEM

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KODAK's NEW PRINTER USES 5-INK CARTRIDGE SYSTEM

 user 2008-05-20 at 10:44:30 am Views: 49
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    http://marketnews.ca/news_detail.asp?nid=3670
    Kodak AIO Uses 5-Ink Cartridge System
    Kodak’s
    new all-in-one device, the ESP 5, uses a two-cartridge, pigmented ink
    system that consists of one black cartridge, and a five-ink colour
    cartridge that cost $9.99 and $14.99 each, respectively to replace.The
    printer itself, which is available for an MSRP of $169.99, offers
    print, scan, and copy capabilities in a small design. It comes equipped
    with a 3” colour LCD, and memory card and USB slots for easy printing
    without the use of a PC. “Kodak is delivering on its promise to end ink
    profiteering and to bring people affordable, premium ink with the
    introduction of the new Kodak ESP 5 all-in-one printer,” said Randy
    Brody, Worldwide Marketing Director, Inkjet Systems at Eastman Kodak
    Company. “Kodak says that its printers were recently tested at the
    well-respected Wilhelm Imaging Research (WIR) testing labs, and the
    company’s AIOs and premium pigment-based inks reportedly achieved the
    “highest level of overall print permanence of any consumer desktop
    printer system tested by the firm.” WIR gave Kodak’s album/dark storage
    a rating of greater than 125 years.For more information, visit
    http://www.kodak.ca.