Report CES 2011 Show - Kodak announced the newest addition to its All-in-One inkjet printers - the new Kodak ESP C310 inkjet printer. Complete with a sleek, new compact design, the Kodak ESP C310 printer provides wireless printing for effortless home use, easy-to-use features and Kodak’s image quality for an unbeatable value. Coupled with Kodak’s new 30 series ink system that offers consumers the lowest total ink replacement cost and exceptional cost-per-page, the Kodak ESP C310 printer is an intuitive printing solution that helps save the consumer time, money and energy. The Kodak ESP C310 delivers high quality while using up to 71% less energy while in standby mode than previous Kodak printers.
Report CES 2011 Show - Kodak announced the next generation of its Kodak Pulse Digital Picture Frame. The popular wireless picture frame from Kodak with its own e-mail address now has an extra shot of social - allowing you to comment on the pictures you receive from friends and family the moment you receive them. A Quick Comment button on the touchscreen lets you communicate back to the picture sender directly from the frame and includes options like Such a Kodak Moment, LOL!, OMG!, Congrats! and Wish I were there! The Kodak Pulse Digital Frame will be available in 7-inch for U.S. $129.95 and 10-inch for U.S. $199.95 in spring 2011 at major retailers.
Report CES 2011 Show - Samsung Electronics announced its latest wireless printers for personal, home office and small business users. The Samsung CLP-325W and the multifunction Samsung CLX-3185FW deliver high quality prints using Samsung’s new Polymerized Chemical Toner, and have the small footprint and simple functionality that make them a fit for a variety of home and small office users. The Samsung CLP-325W and CLX-3185FW feature Samsung’s new advanced Polymerized Chemical Toner, which creates high-resolution, high-gloss prints. In addition, the toner creates more durable prints thanks to the chemical toner fusing ability. By having stronger fusing, the print is preserved with less image destruction.
CES 2010 Show - One year after introducing what has become the world’s best-selling 3D printer - the Dimension uPrint - Stratasys says it has expanded the product line with the uPrint Plus - an enhanced version with lots of new features - while still keeping the price under $20,000 (USD). Like the dimension uPrint personal 3D printer, the Stratasys uPrint Plus 3D printer has a small footprint for true desktop use (635 x 660 mm). The 3D printer can print in eight colors of Stratasys ABSplus material, making it easier for designers to differentiate individual assembly components and better depict their product.
The Vue personal video network is now shipping and is available for order on Amazon or the VueZone website. The Vue has already received early rave reviews from media and technology enthusiasts for its simple set-up and wireless video streaming capabilities, allowing consumers to see their families and businesses from virtually anywhere. The system, which combines real-time remote video viewing and the Internet, is comprised of a network of small, battery-powered wire-free cameras. The miniature cameras stream real-time video directly to the Internet. An innovative ultra low-power patented technology called FrameMesh allows the cameras to operate for up to a year without changing the battery.
Video calling and image sharing just got easier as well as clearer with Sakar International’s new line of Kodak Webcams, including a top-of-the-line model that features a true 3 megapixel sensor for HD video. All Kodak webcams in the series feature one-stop connectivity to the most popular VoIP, IM and social media services, eliminating extra steps typically required to launch video calls and chats or upload images to social networks. Available at retailers next month, each of the new Kodak webcams is compatible with both PC (Windows XP/Vista/7) and Mac (OSX 10.5 and above) for easy consumer selection. The Kodak webcams are the latest products available under a license between Kodak and Sakar.