Kodak EasyShare Touch, Mini and Sport Cameras

At CES 2011, Kodak has unveiled 3 new point and shoot camera models – the EasyShare Touch, Mini and Sport.

The Kodak EasyShare Touch features a 3-inch touchscreen LCD, 14MP sensor, 720p HD video capture and a 5x optical zoom.  The EasyShare Touch will be available in Spring 2011 at an initial retail price of $149.95.  Check availability on Amazon.com.

The Kodak EasyShare Mini is a compact 10MP camera with a 3x optical zoom that will be available in Spring 2011 at an initial retail price of $99.95.  Check availability on Amazon.com.

The EasyShare Sport is a 12MP waterproof camera (up to 10 feet) that will be available in Spring 2011 at an initial retail price of $79.95.  Check availability on Amazon.com.

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New Kodak Pulse Digital Frame Says OMG! (literally)

The new Kodak Pulse digital frame is a Wi-Fi enabled frame with some interesting (or perhaps, odd) features.  The Pulse frame has its own email address, which allows other people to email photos to the frame, which are then displayed.

Once new photos are received, you can use the frame to contact the sender with comments on their photo and (as Kodak puts it) “includes options like Such a Kodak Moment, LOL!, OMG!, Congrats! and Wish I were there!”

A 7-inch version of the frame is $130, while a 10-inch version will cost $200.  Both should be available in Spring 2011.  Check availability on Amazon.com.

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Kodak ESP C310 All-in-One Printer

At CES 2011, Kodak has introduced a new all-in-one printer, the ESP C310, which uses Kodak’s new 30 series ink system (supposedly lowering total ink replacement cast.  The Kodak ESP C310 should be available by April 2011 at an initial retail price of $99.95.  Check availability on Amazon.com.

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