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By Paul Taylor in New York
Updated: 8:40 a.m. ET Feb. 6, 2007

Eastman Kodak, the US-based photography group, is launching an assault on the home digital photo printing market Tuesday with a family of inkjet printers, inks and paper designed to cut the cost of producing a standard postcard-sized print by 50 per cent to about 10 cents.

Kodak claims proprietary technology built into the three new all-in-one inkjet printers will make them simple to use and enable them to deliver low-cost, high-quality prints that rival those produced by a professional photo lab.

Source : Express Computers, India - Feb 9, 2007 Better quality and greater affordability have ensured the dominance of digital technology in clicking and processing pictures. By Varun Aggarwal You don’t have to be a professional photographer to fulfil your dreams of taking decent snaps. All you need is a digicam or even a camera phone. Connect the device of your choice directly to a photo printer, select the pictures you want to print and voila—you have images outputted in a flash. You don’t even need a computer to get your printer working. If you’re not too impressed with the pictures you clicked, get hold of a manual and go through some image improvement steps in image enhancement software like Adobe Photoshop CS and you’re in business.

Mitsubishi photo printers for Liebe stores : Liebe Drug Stores has recently installed three Mitsubishi Imaging DPS Kiosk 9000 digital photofinishing systems to meet a growing consumer demand for immediate, yet high-quality digital prints. Now offering self-service prints at a speed not previously available, Liebe Drug Stores has seen an increase in its average order size as a result of the updated equipment. Liebe Drug Stores (located in Milbank, South Dakota, Ortonville, Minnesota and Appleton, Minnesota) have each been equipped with a Mitsubishi DPS Kiosk 9000 system. The Ortonville and Appleton stores have photofinishing systems that include two Mitsubishi CP-9550DW digital photo printers, producing 4 x 6 prints.

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