Kodak Unveils Money Saving Printers

2009-09-17 08:27:24

Published on 2009-09-17 08:27:24

Kodak has launched a printer which it claims can save consumers money on ink cartridges while not sacrificing quality.

According to the company, the Kodak ESP 3250 and Kodak ESP 5250 all-in-one device can reduce a user's expenditure by $110 (£66) a year when compared with similar products.

Rik Fairlie, writing a review of the two devices for the New York Times, said: "[The pair] are meant for home users who require photo printing and whose overall printing duties are relatively lightweight."

He added: "The new Kodak printers just may be a tempting deal, assuming their image quality is on par with others."

A 1.5 inch colour LCD is included with the former as well as a standard memory card which allows users to print directly from a camera card.

Kodak's ESP 5250 includes a 2.4 inch LCD and Wi-Fi connectivity while both devices come with character recognition application and software which can improve the facial tones of a print out.

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