Kodak has added a new all-in-one printer, ESP 3.2, in their budget multifunction printer line up. The ESP 3.2 multifunction printer delivers print, copy and scan functionality in a compact frame. This printer gives touch screen access to a 2.4-inch color display that can also make light photo edits. ESP 3.2 also features Wi-Fi connected cloud services, i.e. you can now connect to the printer from your smartphone or tablet over Wi-Fi.
Although, Kodak ESP 3.2 features Wi-Fi connectivity, it can’t be connected to the LAN through Ethernet. The only other option available is connecting through a USB 2.0 port. The printer, however, has some cloud friendly features. It supports Google Clod Print-enabled apps and Kodak’s Pic Flick and Document Print apps.
Kodak ESP 3.2 will be easy on your wallet considering the total cost of ownership – its cheap to buy and its cheap to maintain. The printer comes with two cartridges – one black cartridge and one three-color cartridge. The printer is compatible with the Kodak 30 series of pigment-based ink cartridges.
The print resolution is up to 9600 x 2400 dpi, and the scan resolution for flatbed scanning is up to 24 bit 9600 interpolated dpi.
The Kodak ESP 3.2 multifunction printer will be available this June for $99.99.
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