Kodak InkjetIf you’re tired of your home or office printing costing you exorbitant amounts of money, and producing less-than-satisfactory results, you’ll be pleased to hear that Kodak has proudly launched their Inkjet range of printers in South Africa.

This innovative line of printing technology incorporates Kodak’s cutting edge pigment-based inks and printing technology, which produce long-lasting, high-quality printing at a fraction of the cost of other leading cartridge replacements. These revolutionary printers will allow users to print crisp, sharp documents and lab-quality photographs, which are smudge-proof, water-resistant and last a lifetime, at home or in the office, at market-changing low costs.

These features mean a total of 48% average savings on replacement inks and the lowest average cost per page, with Kodak Inkjet printers also offering very low power consumption that uses 71% less power in stand-by mode. Kodak’s ink cartridges cost only R99 for black cartridges and just R149 for colour, which results in a total of 48% average savings on replacement inks and the lowest average cost per page. Kodak Inkjet printers also offer very low power consumption that uses 71% less power in stand-by mode.

Compatible with both Windows and Mac, the premium all-in-one products in this range of intelligent printers are packed with nifty features like the automatic duplexer:  Home Centre software that enables the user to edit and add effects to images, as well as memory card slots for loading images directly off your camera. Premium printers are also equipped with wi-fi capability that requires only 7 minutes to set up, making it possible to send documents and images directly from your smartphone or iPad to your printer, using the easily downloadable  Kodak Pic Flick. Now you can print what you want, when you want- for a whole lot less.

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We are giving away one lucky reader the chance to win a Kodak Inkjet printer to the value of R1499.

To enter the giveaway:

Simply tell us about your most memorable Kodak moment?

Closing date: 29 October 2012