Rochester, N.Y. - Eastman Kodak
introduced Friday a new iteration in its line of All-In-One inkjet printers.
The ESP9250 (shipping now at a $250 suggested retail) is the new flagship
model in the home-use consumer line, and offers four devices in one -- printer,
scanner, copier and fax. It includes a redesigned control panel with a 2.4-inch
The ESP 9250 will also prints at a speed of up to 5.9 ipm in
black and 4.1 ipm in color, features print resolution up to 9600 dpi, and
prints a 4-by-6 inch print in as fast as 28 seconds. It also includes a
built-in card reader, and an automatic document feeder.
The ESP 9250 includes an intelligent bar code system that optimizes
settings and works seamlessly with Kodak photo paper to customize the printer's
ink output to the selected paper.
Kodak's intelligent paper tray also features an auto-engaging
photo tray that holds three sizes of paper.
The printer also offers built in Wi-Fi connectivity that will
work with iPods and iPhones.
The printer also handles double-sided, duplex printing.