Kodak’s New Wireless Inkjets Promise Lowest Ink Cost

Posted by at 10:04 am on September 22, 2008

Kodak announced today it will soon ship the new  ESP 9  and  ESP 7  all-in-one printers, both of which, Kodak claims, offer consumers an average savings of  $110 a year on ink, compared to other leading consumer inkjet printers on the market.

“Kodak is delivering on its promise and is bringing people affordable, premium ink with the introduction of the new Kodak ESP 7 &  ESP 9  All-in-One Printers,” said Susan Tousi, general manager, Inkjet Systems and vice president, Eastman Kodak Company. “We are focusing on providing innovative and intuitive printing solutions that deliver superb-quality results and the  lowest total ink replacement cost in the industry.”

The ESP 9 will let users print, scan, photocopy and fax documents via its 10-inch touch control panel that includes a 3-inch LCD for previewing documents. Wi-Fi connection to allow wireless-free printing from any networked computer, as well as an Ethernet port for a wired network use.

Both  printers  include an auto document feeder, dedicated photo tray and a duplexer which allows two-sided printing. Either is capable of printing 32 black and white pages per minute and 30 color pages per minute. A USB slot and a multi-format memory card reader allows printing of documents and photos without the need for a PC.  

The ESP 9 is listed at  $299.99, while the ESP 7 lists for  $199.99. Both will be available to buy from Kodak’s online store and in retailers in late September. Replacement black ink cartridges  cost $10, while a five-ink color cartridge is priced at $15.

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