Kodak unveils two new AIO printers with cheap ink

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.

Kodak has announced two new AIO printers that it has added to its line. Kodak added the ESP 3250 and the ESP 5250 printers and claims that the two devices will save users about $110 per year on ink. Both printers use Kodak's latest print technology with inks that are water and stain resistant. Both printers offer print speeds of up to 30 pages per minute in black and 29 pages per minute in color.

The ESP 3250 has a 1.5-inch color LCD, memory card readers and can print, scan and copy. The printer can produce 4 x 6 borderless prints in 29 seconds and sells for $129.99. The ESP 5250 adds integrated Wi-Fi and a 2.4-inch LCD to the mix and sells for $169.99.