Kodak Announces 2 new AIO Inkjets: the ESP 7250 and ESP Office 6150

Kodak Announces 2 new AIO Inkjets: the ESP 7250 and ESP Office 6150

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6th Jan 2010 - Kodak has just announced two new all-in-one printers. The $199 ESP 7250 is an inkjet printer, scanner and copier that includes an 802.11n Wi-Fi connection. Epson claims that the $229 ESP Office 6150 has the lowest total ink cost on the market.

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The ESP 7250

The new ESP 7250 All-in-one is priced at $199.99 and is designed for home and small office use. It offers a 4-cartridge inkjet printer, 1200dpi scanner and includes an 802.11n Wi-Fi connection, and also includes support for direct printing from BlackBerry smart phones, as well as iPhones. Kodak claims that it also has the lowest total ink replacement cost in the industry, with a 10C color cartridge costing $17.99 and a 10XL high capacity black ink cartridge costing $16.99. Kodak claims that the color cartridge can manage around 420 pages, while the high capacity black can do 770 pages.

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The ESP Office 6150

The ESP Office 6150 is designed for small office use and has a similar features set to the 7250 with the addition of fax. It's priced at $229, and includes a 2.4-inch LCD screen for stand-alone operation. Kodak claims it can produce a 4 by 6 photo print in 29 seconds.

 

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