Rochester, N.Y. - Kodak will begin shipping its latest all-in-one printer, the ESP Office 2170, in June.
The $149 printer features Wi-Fi connectivity enabling direct printing from mobile devices including the iPhone, iPad and Blackberry, the company said.
Other features include a 1.5-inch display and an intelligent paper sensor that automatically adjusts the printer settings based on the paper size and type.
The 2170 uses Kodak's No. 30 Series ink cartridges available in regular and extra large sizes. The standard cartridge will print 335 of black text and 275 color pages. The larger capacity cartridges deliver about twice the number of prints compared to the standard size.
The printer is bundled with Kodak's Home Center software. This brings enhanced scanning to network folders, email and flash drives without the need for a PC. The software allows printing still images from video as well as social media and photo sites.