Kodak (http://www.kodak.com) has introduced its new Kodak ESP 3.2 All-in-One Printer, due next month for US$99.99. The company has also revealed its new Kodak Pic Flick HD app, which lets consumers create personalized photo cards, collages, and prints on an iPad and send them to their Kodak Printer.
The ESP 3.2 All-in-One Printer is targeted to photo-centric consumers and families. It offers Kodak’s easy Wi-Fi set-up and a 2.4-inch color touchscreen.
Consumers can print on the go from their smartphone, tablet or computer using Google Cloud Print and Kodak Email Print Service. Kodak is now offering consumers the ability to customize their printer’s email address. Consumers can also save time with additional advanced features like smart sensor technology that predicts supplies and time needed to complete a job and automatically adjusts printer settings based on paper size and type, according to Brian Cruz, director of Marketing and Vice President, Consumer Inkjet Systems, Kodak.
Coming in June, the free Kodak Pic Flick HD App for iPad lets consumers create personalized photo cards, collages, and prints, with the ability to add captions and speech bubbles. Kodak Technology identifies the colors in the photo and automatically generates matching mats for prints and collages.