Rochester, NY—Kodak says its new ESP 3.2 All-in-One printer combines “advanced features, quality and affordability.” Offering more ways to connect and print from mobile devices, the company also revealed the Kodak Pic Flick HD app, which enables consumers to create personalized photo cards, collages and prints on an iPad and send them to their Kodak printer.
The latest addition to Kodak’s inkjet printer portfolio, the ESP 3.2 AiO sports a refreshed, modern design and is targeted at photo-centric consumers and families. It offers Kodak’s signature Wi-Fi setup and a 2.4-inch color touch screen for navigation and a better “walk up and print” experience. It also employs Kodak’s image science and proprietary pigment-based inks, to produce photos that dry instantly, are smudge, water and fade resistant, and are said to last a lifetime—along with low total ink replacement cost.
Consumers can print from their smartphone, tablet or computer using Google Cloud Print and Kodak E-mail Print service, and they can now customize their printer’s e-mail address. Other user-friendly features include smart sensor technology that predicts supplies and the time needed to complete a job and automatically adjusts printer settings based on paper size and type.
“Our newest printer and mobile app speaks to Kodak’s commitment to deliver a print experience that meets the needs of today’s consumers, whether they are at home or away from home,” said Brian Cruz, director, Marketing, and vice president, Consumer Inkjet Systems, Kodak. “The ESP 3.2 All-in-One printer offers the value and ease that consumers want, with no trade-off on quality and performance. And customers can be assured that Kodak is here for them with the supplies and support they need for high quality, affordable home printing.”
Coming in June, the free Kodak Pic Flick HD app for iPads 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 matts for prints and collages. The Pic Flick HD app joins the Kodak Pic Flick app for photo printing from smartphones and tablets, the Kodak Document Print app for Android devices and the Kodak Photo Collage Print app on Facebook.
Kodak’s ESP 3.2 All-in-One printer will retail for $99.99 in June. kodak.com