Kodak sticks with consumer printing, unveils ESP 3.2 all-in-one device

Kodak remains strong in consumer printing with today's release of the ESP 3.2 multifunction and an accompanying Pic Flick HD iPad app coming in June.

Kodak ESP 3.2 Kodak

The Kodak ESP line is meant for budding photographers and families that need a simple device to output family photos, collages, and personalized photo snapshots. The latest 3.2 all-in-one delivers print, copy, and scan functionality in a compact frame that still gives creatives access to a 2.4-inch color screen that accepts light photo edits.

You can set up the ESP 3.2 using a direct-USB connection, but doing it wireless gives you more access to the printer's cloud capabilities by way of Google Cloud Print and Kodak's own e-mail printing service. You'll need a Google account to access both new features, but a connection lets you e-mail print jobs to the 3.2 using a customized address, from any device with messaging capabilities.

This June, Kodak will also debut its free Pic Flick HD App for the iPad that outputs photos from the tablet to compatible Kodak devices and assists users in developing creative projects like custom picture frames.

The Kodak ESP 3.2 multifunction printer hits shelves this June for $99.99.

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Justin Yu covers headphones and peripherals for CNET. When he's not wading through Web gulch or challenging colleagues to typing tests, you can find him making fun of technology with Jeff Bakalar every afternoon on The 404 show.

 

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