New Kodak Entry-Level Kiosk

New Kodak Entry-Level Kiosk

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The photo kiosk market continues to evolve and one recent trend is the appearance of more models that simply do very basic photo printing in an attempt to bring price points down and invite more diverse channels to enter the digital printing biz. Most of the major kiosk manufacturers plan on releasing models that fall into this category and Kodak recently introduced their version, the Kodak Picture Kiosk GS Compact. This entry-level, self-service digital picture printing solution “opens business opportunities for new retail locations, including smaller and non-traditional environments.” Kodak explains the unit is well-suited for locations with print demand of 30-50 prints a day, saying the GS Compact is a smaller countertop unit that combines flexible placement with fast and simple installation.

“Many retailers worldwide want to offer their consumers self-service digital picture printing but struggle to find a solution that meets multiple business needs,” said Nicki Zongrone, general manager of Retail System Solutions, and vice president, Eastman Kodak Company. “The new GS Compact is small enough to fit within their retail footprint at a price point that enables them to almost immediately drive revenue and profits from consumer demand for digital prints. We even include the Point of Sale materials with each unit, it’s an instant printing station in a box because a retailer can be up and running in only minutes.” Sony announced a similar model just weeks ago – a less expensive, more compact version of their PictureStation model.

www.kodak.com

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