LAS VEGAS A year after unveiling its new Adaptive Picture Exchange (APEX) thermal dry lab system, the Eastman Kodak Company is set to debut a new comprehensive suite of feature and functionality enhancements in its digital printing, capture and film products
Kodak said they will be launching new thermal printer options which will be available this summer. Two new models, the 7010 and 7015, features backprinting for additional order management and consumer messaging, as well as backprinting with premium borderless 5x7 printing, respectively. Both printers enable the retailer to select gloss and one of two different satin finish options from a single media SKU, simplifying retailer inventory management while providing consumers more choice.
APEX also features a new three-printer 30" cabinet, which enables up to 900 4x6 prints per hour and 8x10 printing capability in a small footprint, and a new 70" configuration for up to 1800 prints per hour.
"Kodak is committed to delivering the best possible ROI/square foot in the photo retailing industry," said Jeffrey Hayzlett, chief marketing officer, Eastman Kodak Company. "With an unparalleled portfolio of photo retail solutions, including our shining stars: APEX and KODAK Picture Kiosks, our customers can create highly profitable products and services that meet and exceed consumer needs."