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Kodak ESP C310

Dennis Hissink
CES report
Tuesday 4th, January 2011
Posted by: Dennis Hissink

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.

Kodak ESP C310

Kodak ESP C310 printer
The Kodak ESP C310 printer features simplified Wi-Fi set up, allowing effortless connectivity to wireless networks in the home or even to Apple iPhone, iPod touch or iPad mobile devices. From the Kodak printer control panel, consumers can also access built-in templates for the convenient printing of a variety of different forms, including graph paper, line paper, wide-rule paper, tic-tac-toe, to-do lists, grocery lists and even sheet music. Kodak’s intelligently-designed printers deliver cost-effective, exceptional quality. The new Kodak printer works with a new No. 30 line of Kodak’s proprietary pigmented inks, enabling consumers to print crisp text documents, brilliant graphics and Kodak Lab Quality Photos that will last a lifetime.

Kodak ESP C310

Kodak print cartridges
The new system, which uses Black and Color standard and XL ink cartridges, offers consumers more choices tailored to meet their printing needs. For example, the Kodak Black Ink Cartridge, 30XL and the Kodak Color Ink Cartridge, 30XL enable consumers who print a high volume of photos and documents two times more prints than the Kodak Black Ink Cartridge 30 and Kodak Color Ink Cartridge 30.

Kodak print cartridge specifications
• Up to 335 black text pages using Kodak Black Ink Cartridge, 30
• Up to 670 black text pages using Kodak Black Ink Cartridge, 30XL
• Up to 275 color pages using Kodak Color Ink Cartridge, 30
• Up to 550 color pages using Kodak Color Ink Cartridge, 30XL

Kodak ESP C310 All-in-One printer
Unlike any other manufacturer’s printers, the Kodak ESP C310 printer with the proprietary pigmented inks delivers richer, more vibrant colors that provide a significant fade resistance and instant dry advantage over other ink systems. Kodak offers the lowest total ink replacement cost and exceptional cost-per-page and in line with all Kodak AiO Printers, the Kodak ESP C310 Printer enables consumers to print high-quality photos and documents. Kodak is committed to making high-quality printing easy, unique and affordable.

Kodak ESP C310

Kodak ESP C310 price & availability
The new Kodak ESP C310 printer includes many advanced features in a smart design that continues to deliver the intelligence consumers demand. Available by April 2011, the Kodak ESP C310 printer retails for $99.99 U.S. MSRP. The Kodak ESP C310 printer will be displayed at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 6-9, 2011, at the Las Vegas Convention Center (Kodak Booth #31400).

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