Kodak announced two new wireless All-In-One inkjet printers on Monday. The ESP 7 and ESP 9 are Kodaks most modern, innovative printers to date and feature Wi-Fi, duplexing, revamped control panels, two paper trays and new paper sensors in the trays.
Kodaks mainfocusis providing the lowest total ink replacement cost in the industryand saving consumers an average of $110 a year on ink. The ESP 7 and ESP 9 accomplish this with new low cost ink cartridges and a paper tray system with sensors that calculate paper amounts and adjusts settings automatically.
Both printers have wireless or Ethernet capabilities and bar code readers to identify the correct paper for each print job.
The ESP 7 offers print speeds up to 32 pages per minute, 4 x 6 prints in 28 seconds, a duplexer and a 3 color LCD.
The ESP 9 adds fax functionality, an automatic document feeder, built-in duplexing and a 10 one-touch control panel similar to a touchscreen one might find on a digital camera or phone.
Both will be available in late September. The ESP 7 will start at $199.99 and the ESP 9 will start at $299.99.