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Kodak Office Hero 6.1 printer, great for Android devices

If you happen to be in the market over in the good old US of A for a new wireless all-in-one printer for your Android smartphone, or tablet that offers a full suite of productivity tools along with a fairly reasonable ink price, you might like to consider the Kodak Office Hero 6.1 printer for printing out your pictures and documents.

The Kodak Office Hero 6.1 printer enables you to print wirelessly, copy, scan, fax, even double sided, and is both Google Cloud Print and Kodak Email Print ready enabling the user to send emails and attachments back to their office via their smartphone, tablet or computer.

The Kodak Office Hero 6.1 printer features easy 802.11b/g/n WiFi setup, and lets you print images from your Android smartphone, BlackBerry smartphone, iPhone, iPod Touch or Apple iPad, and also lets you create collages with your Facebook pictures using the Kodak Photo Collage app.

Spec wise the Kodak Office Hero 6.1 printer offers a 2.4-inch colour display along with an easy to use control panel, and Smart Sensor tech that predicts the time required to complete a job along with supplies, and auto-identifies paper size, type and amount so the user doesn’t need to set print modes.

With the Kodak Office Hero 6.1 printer you can create lined paper, graph paper, reminder lists, sheet music, shopping lists, printable template designs, create and print 3D pictures, enhance images with Facial Retouch, make old docs look new with Perfect Page scanning tech, and even print your favourite video scenes.

For those that might be in the market for a new wireless all-in-one printer, the Kodak Office Hero 6.1 printer is currently available to purchase at a reduced price, down from $149.95 to a very reasonable $79.99 that’s 47 percent off the list price, and can be purchased by hitting up Woot, but you need to be quick as there is only 19-hours remaining or until the printer is sold.

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  1. Yes, Its a good price. However, Kodak announced on September 28, 2012; that is will be exiting the desktop printing market. A printer without support or supplies is not worth the cheap price.

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