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Kodak unveils two new AIO printers with cheap ink

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.

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Kodak Theatre HD Player with motion-sensitive remote

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.

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Kodak Zi8 1080p camcorder with image stabilizer

Kodak Zi8 1080p camcorder with image stabilizer

Kodak have announced their latest point-and-shoot pocket camcorder, the HD-capable Zi8.  Intended to rival Flip's Ultra HD, the Kodak Zi8 packed 1080p recording, image stabilization and face tracking. 

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Kodak EasyShare S730 Digital Picture Frame released

Kodak announced a new digital picture frame today called the EasyShare S730. It’s simple and offers a limited feature set, but it most definitely gets the job done if all you’re looking for is a picture frame that shows off your favorite images.

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Kodak Zx1 720p camcorder on sale now

Kodak Zx1 720p camcorder on sale now

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.

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Sprint 3G talks with Garmin, Kodak & SanDisk?

Sprint 3G talks with Garmin, Kodak & SanDisk?

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.

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LG pick Kodak OLED tech for future devices

LG pick Kodak OLED tech for future devices

LG and Kodak have signed a deal that will see the latter's OLED technology used in upcoming LG products, including TVs, cellphone displays and digital photo frames.  The first LG devices using Kodak OLED systems are expected to reach the market by the end of 2009, according to Andrew Sculley, GM and VP of Kodak's Display Group.

Update: Kodak have clarified that the deal was in fact signed in 2008, and that the claim of commercial products "by the end of the year" is unconfirmed.

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Kodak EasyShare Z915: 10MP snapper in grown-up casing

Kodak EasyShare Z915: 10MP snapper in grown-up casing

While it may look semi-pro or even hybrid, in actual fact Kodak's EasyShare Z915 is a basic point-and-shoot in a serious suit.  The 10-megapixel camera has a 10x optical zoom with image stabilization, and Kodak have paired it with their Smart Capture auto-scene technology.

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Mystery Motorola touchscreen smartphone/MID appears

Mystery Motorola touchscreen smartphone/MID appears

An image of an unannounced Motorola device has found its way to Engadget, suggesting the company is working on a large touchscreen-based smartphone (or possibly a small MID) with Kodak optics and TV-out connectivity.  Details on the handset - which came from an anonymous tipster - are scant, but going by the image the unnamed Motorola will have a 5-megapixel camera with lens cover and Xenon flash.

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New HD video camera coming from Kodak

New HD video camera coming from Kodak

As we mentioned earlier this morning, Kodak plans to unveil a couple new devices at CES.  One of those is the Zx1 camcorder, the apparent follow-up to the Zi6.  We have some more news on the device, available after the jump.

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Kodak reveals CES launch plans

Kodak reveals CES launch plans

While everyone is gearing up for CES, Kodak thought they'd slip out a bit of information on what they'll be revealing at the upcoming tech show. Three new devices are in store, including the Z980, the Zx1 and the EasyShare M380.

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Kodak wireless OLED digital frame now available at Amazon

Just in time for holidays; the first of its kind, World’s first OLED powered Kodak photo frame with on-the-air connectivity is now available at Amazon. If you have a deep pocket here’s what you’ll get for a dollar shy of a grand : a thin profile 7.6-inch WVGA screen with incredible vibrant color, 180-degree viewing angle and 30,000:1 contrast OLED sensations, Wi-Fi connection for streaming photos from pc or photo-sharing sites; news, sports, weather reports from Framechannels , 2GB storage memory, and video and music playbacks.

One thousand dollar price tag for a digital photo frame at sub 8-inch is a big sum of money to spend; but the Kodak is a bleeding edge photo frame with OLED screen and an industrial’s first touch-frame control system, it’s touch sensitive too. It requires no backlighting support and Kodak even throws in a dynamic ambient light sensor to automatically adjust screen brightness according to room conditions. That and no color shifts with its brilliant viewing angles worth the asking price for the rich and wealthy.

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