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The new Kodak printers use cheaper ink cartridges
Almost everyone who owns an inkjet printer will attest to the fact that their ink supplies don't last long and when it comes to replacing them, they are very expensive. Besides being expensive it is also wasteful.Kodak is rectifying this by offering Kodak ink cartridges and Kodak printer cartridges that cost substantially less.Kodak ink cartridges, Kodak printer cartridges and Kodak printer ink are so affordable that most home users won't have to worry about turning their printers into home photo labs as it will be possible to produce all their photograph prints to be affordable. Kodak is hoping their cheaper Kodak printer cartridges will set a trend in the market.
It is no surprise that Kodak have ventured into the printing industry. Producing high quality Kodak ink cartridges, Kodak printer ink and Kodak printer cartridge they have successfully kept abreast of the digital age and have become a contender in the digital imaging market by providing users with a total package.
Just as they have history of producing easy to use camera equipment and affordable digital cameras, they are doing the same now by offering high quality printing equipment such as Kodak printer cartridges, Kodak ink cartridges and Kodak printer ink. In fact Kodak ink cartridges are priced at around 50% lower than most established brands.
No print heads
In 2006, Kodak released their all-in-one high quality printers which are capable of producing laboratory quality prints.At the same time they offer substantial savings in terms of Kodak ink cartridges and this is due the fact that they are not manufactured with a print head, instead Kodak printer cartridges serve as a tank which contains the Kodak printer ink.
Kodak claim that their printers are capable of printing twice the amount of photos with their Kodak ink cartridges in comparison to competitors printers due to the fact that consumers need only replace the Kodak printer ink instead of the Kodak print cartridges. Users don’t have to throw away the print head each time they need to replace their ink cartridges, all they need do is replace the Kodak printer ink contained within.
Kodak are possibly best known for their Easyshare branding which the developed in order to give users top quality photo printing 'on the go'. Easyshare printers use inkjet technology, Kodak ink cartridges and built in printer heads.Their printers offer affordable Kodak printer ink and Kodak ink cartridges which cut the cost of printing to almost half, plus their range of colour Kodak printer cartridges produce only the highest quality prints.Getting high quality prints with affordable printing equipment makes Kodak a brand to contend with.
How Kodak has evolved
Kodak started off in 1870, very long before Kodak printer cartridges and Kodak printer ink were household names, yet it wasn't until 1888 that Kodak became a trademark name. Their slogan at that time was you push the button, we do the rest” which they still upholds today. In 1923 Kodak broke into the motion picture films and continued building their brand since then. Kodak today has diversified their range to include printing equipment such as Kodak ink cartridges and Kodak printer ink.
Where digital imaging meets printing, Kodak remains a force to be reckoned with.
Kodak Unified Workflow Solutions have helped to boost the efficiency of operations at JS McCarthy Printers.
Roger Schutte, director of product technology for JS McCarthy told Finchannel.com that the ink specialist's service enables it to keep its costs down as it continues to grow.
"We need to remove touches. We need to process jobs faster, cheaper and immediately. Kodak's workflow solutions help us do that by streamlining and automating the production process," Mr Schutte explained to the news provider.
The technology allows clients to submit, manage, proof and approve projects over the internet, creating significant savings when it comes to time and costs, which can then be invested elsewhere in a business.
This news comes after Epson unveiled its ColourWorks C831 Wide Label Printer at the 2012 Pack Expo event in Chicago.
It removes the need for colour pre-prints and allows businesses to develop Globally Harmonised System compliant labels at a cheaper price than thermal transfer or colour laser labels.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
The Kodak Office Hero 6.1 printer has been commended by PhonesReview.co.uk.
The hardware boasts a variety of tools and offers full compatibility with Android smartphones, with the website noting that its ink prices are also reasonable.
Wireless printing is made possible thanks to the device, while it is also capable of copying, scanning and faxing.
In addition, the system is Google Cloud Print and Kodak Email Print-ready, meaning that users can send emails and attachments to their office through smartphones, tablets or computers.
Handsets compatible with the device include the Android, Blackberry and iPhone systems, while users of the iPad can also take advantage of the printer's Wi-Fi capabilities.
In recent weeks, Kodak confirmed that it will wind down its sales of inkjet printers in 2013 as it phases them out of its portfolio of products.
As a result, the Kodak Hero 2.2 and Hero 4.2 printers will not be released.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
Kodak has announced that it will stop manufacturing and selling consumer inkjet printers.
The company confirmed that sales will "wind down" in 2013, leading to the cancellation of the Kodak Hero 2.2 and Hero 4.2 printers that it planned to release recently.
However, the business noted that it will continue to supply ink cartridges throughout the lifetime of existing models, while honouring its commitments to support customers.
An announcement from the company read: "Kodak has announced that as a result of its process to emerge as a growing, profitable and sustainable company, from 2013 onwards it will focus its Consumer Inkjet business on serving its installed based with the sale of ink and paper."
News of Kodak's withdrawal from the inkjet industry comes after it announced a new partnership with Alfresco.
The move aims to provide improved content and document management services to consumers, with Kodak's general manager for worldwide services Roberto Colangelo noting that the decision will address the need for complex content solutions.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
Ink company Kodak is releasing Avengers Party Packs to coincide with the film's release on DVD this September.
The ink cartridges specialists' products include character masks, badges and party kits, alongside letter templates and place name cards that feature stars from the film.
These items are ideal for children to have fun with over the summer holidays, while Kodak's low ink replacement costs mean that adults can also benefit from significant savings by using the manufacturer.
All inks can be replaced for less than £23, while Kodak's Big App helps consumers to create big print-outs by splitting images across a number of pages and gives people the chance to incorporate characters into them.
Customers can also upload their own images to the app.
Recently, Kodak signed a new agreement with Alfresco, which will see the ink specialist deliver content and document management services to customers.
The deal will lead to the creation of modern databases and repositories.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
Inkjet company Kodak has announced a new partnership with Alfresco, which aims to deliver improved content and document management services to customers.
Roberto Colangelo, Kodak's general manager for worldwide services, believes that the move will help to address the need for complex content and document solutions in the market.
Mr Colangelo expects that the partnership will have a long-lasting impact on the markets that the companies operate in.
"Kodak is aggressively moving beyond scanning to participate in more sophisticated content and document management services," he continued.
The partnership will lead to modern databases and repositories that enable citizens to access information such as land records with ease.
In recent weeks, Kodak unveiled new features for its MAGNUS 800 Platesetter device.
The system is designed for medium and large commercial printers that need high-quality ink output and strong productivity.
It includes Kodak Squarespot Imaging Technology, providing a maximum resolution of 10,000 dpi.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
In addition to the ever growing range of Kodak ink cartridges and printers available to the open market comes the new Kodak 30 compatible ink cartridges now available at internet-ink.
The Kodak ink cartridges already available include the Kodak 10 standard and XL range combined with the Kodak 30 standard and XL range there is some high quality inks to go with the rang of printers available.
The Kodak 30 compatible inks are compatible with the Kodak ESP range and the Hero printer range:
Kodak ESP 1.2, Kodak ESP 3.2, Kodak ESP C110, Kodak ESP C310, Kodak ESP C315, Kodak ESP Office 2170, Kodak Hero 3.1, Kodak Hero 5.1.
For more information visit the internet-ink website and compare the Kodak inks for yourself, saving you money with an additional 10% off all future ink orders.
Kodak has launched new all-in-one printers, which boast advanced features, quality and affordability.
The ESP 1.2 and ESP 3.2 models feature proprietary pigment-based inks as well as Wi-Fi compatibility and a 6.1cm colour touchscreen, enabling improved navigation.
Bob Ohlweiler, vice-president and general manager of consumer business at Kodak for the European, African and Middle Eastern regions, said: "The new ESP 1.2 and 3.2 printers offer the value and ease you would expect from Kodak, with no trade-off on quality and performance."
The company has also unveiled its Pic Flick HD App, enabling customers to develop photo cards and prints.
Mr Ohlweiler remarked that Kodak's aim is to deliver solutions that make it easy to print personalised photos.
Recently, Kodak announced a new partnership with Samsung, which will see the latter sell all-in-one inkjet models that utilise the former's proprietary ink technology.
Mark Kurz, consumer group vice president at Kodak, described it as a collaboration between "two great brands".
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Kodak has issued a statement of intent by claiming that visitors are attending the Drupa 2012 event in order to buy its ink products.
Speaking to the Democrat and Chronicle, Kodak co-president Philip Faraci said that the company has already made significant progress towards its sales goal for the event, which started on May 3rd and runs until May 16th.
"Visitors are not just coming to see what we have to offer, they are coming to buy. By day two, we were at 30 per cent of our Drupa sales goal - and by day four, we had reached more than 60 per cent," Mr Faraci commented.
Kodak is exhibiting a number of products at the event in a booth which is measured at 27,000 sq ft.
News of the company's progress at Drupa 2012 comes after it agreed a new partnership with Samsung.
The deal will see Samsung sell its own all-in-one inkjet models and utilise Kodak's proprietary ink technology.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
Printer ink companies Kodak and Samsung have announced their involvement in a new partnership to sell printers in Europe.
As part of the agreement, Samsung will sell its own all-in-one inkjet models using Kodak's proprietary ink technology, with Mark Kurz, consumer group vice president at Kodak, noting that the deal is a collaboration between "two great brands".
"Samsung is able to leverage Kodak's leading technology and imaging science to launch its inkjet printer business. And Kodak is able to further grow its business. It's a win-win," Mr Kurz explained.
He added that the announcement illustrates the strength of Kodak's technology in the consumer inkjet market, as well as the advancements it has made to develop a competitive business.
Samsung recently picked up praise for its ML-2955DW printer, with Trusted Reviews commending it for its connectivity and duplex functions.
The site added that the model is a good option for either homes or offices.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
The Kodak Hero 9.1 All-in-One has been given a good 'going over;' by Cnet, receiving an impressive three-and-a-half stars from the reviewer.
When it comes to positives, the review described the printer as being "a strong printer for home users" thanks to its low cost per printed page, its dual paper feed trays, functional touch screen and also very capable print speeds.
The only downsides that Cnet managed to discover was that the tricolour ink tank will cost a great deal more in refills over time than single colour ink cartridges.
Similarly, the 50-sheet paper output tray could prove a touch too small for home offices who may have high-volume print needs.
An excerpt from the review reads: "The Hero 9.1 is a suitable choice for shoppers who need a capable multifunction imaging device with acceptable performance, apps that bring workflow into the cloud, and dual paper feed trays."
The printer currently retails for around £157 (0).
Posted by Barry Ashmore
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