Kodak's recent performance may not quite live up to the company's photographic heritage, but when they say they've got an "entirely new type of camera" lined up for CES we'll still take notice. According to electricpig, a "highly placed source" at the company has revealed that Kodak are planning to bring both a new camera and a new camcorder to the electronics show in January, although details beyond that are more than scarce.
Years ago when Kodak first got into the printer business I was using an Epson printer that cost me about $70 each time I needed to get new ink cartridges. I picked up one of the Kodak AIO printers and since then I spend about $20 each time I need new ink and the printer works fantastically.
It's not just their Zi8 HD camcorder that Kodak have for us today; the company has also announced a new media-adapter, the Kodak Theatre HD Player. Designed to plug directly into your HDTV together with your home network - either via WiFi or ethernet - the Theatre HD Player can show images, video, podcasts, music and web content.
Kodak's Zx1 720p pocket camcorder has quietly gone on sale at the company's own store, priced at $149.95, as well as through a private retailer on Amazon. Announced at CES back in January, the Zx1 has 128MB of internal memory together with an SD/SDHC card slot, and is capable of up to 60fps 16:9 720p video or 3-megapixel interpolated stills.
Sprint are believed to be in discussions with Garmin, SanDisk and Kodak regarding supplying wireless internet access for products from the three companies. The potential deals are said to be similar to that between Sprint and Amazon for the Kindle wireless network, and while no specific application details have been revealed, it's fair to assume that Garmin would plan a 3G-enabled PND, Kodak a 3G-enabled camera and SanDisk a 3G-enabled memory card.