Kodak unveils ESP 9250 AIO printer with cheap ink

Kodak has been in the multifunction printer business for a long time now. The big claim to fame for all of the company's printer offerings is the cheap ink. You can get the cartridges that Kodak printers use for much less money than competing printers from other makers like Epson.

The new Kodak ESP 9250 AIO printer carries on the low price ink tradition for Kodak with some new features. The printer promises to produce printed images that are as good as those printed at a photo lab and the ink pigments will last a lifetime according to Kodak. The printer can produce a borderless 4 x 6 print in 29 seconds. The print resolution is 9600 dpi optimized in color and prints can be made directly from the iPhone or iPad with a special Kodak app.

The printer can copy at up to 27 pages per minute and the scanner has a 2400 dpi resolution. The fax modem uses a 33.6 kbps modem to send data wherever you want. The printer uses a 2.4-inch color LCD and has integrated USB and memory card reader. An optional Bluetooth adapter for the printer is available. The 9250 is available right now for $249.99.