Kodak goes digital at GITEX
Kodak introduced its latest digital products to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) market at GITEX Dubai 2003, the DCS Pro 14n Digital SLR Camera and the PictureMaker print station.
Kodak also showcased its PictureMaker print station, a full-service kiosk that enables consumers to customize, print and save to CD their digital and traditional photographs.
The kiosk is also equipped with the latest Blue Tooth wireless technology, enabling images from mobile phones to be directly transferred to the Kodak PictureMaker.
Kodak is a major participant in infoimaging, a $385 billion industry composed of devices, infrastructure and services and media. With sales of $12.8 billion in 2002, the company comprises several businesses: health, commercial printing, commercial imaging, display and components, and digital and film imaging systems. — (menareport.com)
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