Kodak debuts two new all-in-one printers that encourage users to capture and share digital snapshots with friends and family.
Keeping in line with today's announcement of the Kodak Slice, Kodak also introduced the ESP Office 6250 and the ESP 7250, two new all-in-one printers that encourage users to capture and share digital snapshots with friends and family.
The latest offerings improve upon previous models, with beefed up 802.11n Wi-Fi, built-in Ethernet, and a higher capacity paper input tray that can hold up to 200 pages. Shoppers interested in the highest quality prints at the lowest cost will certainly appreciate Kodak's newest XL Black Ink Cartridge that produces 70 percent more pages than the standard. The company also introduced an improved Color Ink Cartridge with 10 percent more ink.
Finally, both the ESP 6150 and ESP 7250 give smartphone users the ability to print directly from any Wi-Fi-enabled device using the new Kodak Pic flick application.
The ESP 6150 and ESP 7250 will be available in April 2010 for $230 and $200, respectively.