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Kodak EasyShare-One camera already wins two Awards
Dennis Hissink : January 11th 2005 - 10:30 CET
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KodakEastman Kodak Company's continued innovation in the digital imaging industry secured best-of-show honors at the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show, where the company won the event's two highest-profile awards for digital imaging products. The first-of-its-kind Kodak EasyShare-One digital camera, created as much for sharing pictures as taking them, secured both the CNET Next Big Thing and the G4techTV Best of CES Awards. These are considered the ultimate honors at the world's largest consumer electronics exhibition, where more than 1,500 companies launch and display tens of thousands of cutting-edge products and services. The CNET Next Big Thing Award recognizes the most promising new products announced at the CES.
Kodak EasyShare-One camera already wins two AwardsThis year, editors from CNET chose the EasyShare-One camera as the best digital imaging and video product, further verifying the innovation behind the camera that provides unprecedented ways to share pictures. CNET's editors received and reviewed hundreds of entries, as well as scoured the CES show floor for products to consider for the prestigious award.

"CNET has become the most comprehensive and trusted resource for helping consumers spot the most promising new products hitting the market," said Patrick Houston, editor-in-chief at CNET.com. "Giving the Kodak EasyShare-One a Next Big Thing award sets it apart in an increasingly crowded field. Our editorial team of unbiased category experts takes pride in providing this distinction to Kodak on behalf of our millions of users."

G4techTV Best of CES Awards seek out the hottest new consumer technology products on the CES show floor. Only those products that debut at the 2005 International CES or are available to consumers after December 1, 2004, can be crowned G4techTV Best of CES. Judges selected the EasyShare-One camera as the "Picture Perfect" winner based on its wow factor, usability and usefulness.

In addition, the Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock Plus was named a finalist in the Last Gadget Standing competition, sponsored by PC Magazine and Ziff Davis. Instead of journalists and other industry experts, the Last Gadget Standing honorees are determined by the votes of CES show attendees as well as thousands of other voters online. The Printer Dock Plus joined nine other honorees from companies such as Dell, XM Satellite Radio, and palmOne.

About the Products

The Kodak EasyShare-One digital camera is designed as much for sharing pictures as for taking them. The EasyShare-One camera gives people extraordinary control over how and when they share pictures, whether on the LCD screen, online, or as prints. The camera is truly first-of-its-kind, with the ability to hold up to 1,500 favorite pictures for instant display on its crystal-clear, high-resolution, 3-inch touch screen display; direct picture e-mailing and online album viewing via a wireless connection to the Kodak EasyShare Gallery (formerly Ofoto); and the capability to take high quality still pictures and video. No other digital camera gives people such extensive ability to take, organize, share and print their pictures.

The Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock Plus (US$199 MSRP) quickly and effortlessly makes real Kodak 4x6-inch pictures from nearly any digital source. People can wirelessly transmit pictures from their mobile phone cameras to the Printer Dock Plus, which also prints directly from digital cameras and memory cards - all without the need for a computer.
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