Kodak Professional 9810 Pintar por sublimación 300 x 300DPI impresora de foto - Impresora fotográfica (Pintar por sublimación, 300 x 300 DPI, 45 s, 18 kg, 256 MB, 50 MB)
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Descripción del producto
Compatible con Mac: No
Consumo energético: 185 W
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 442 x 330 x 483 mm
Espacio mínimo del disco duro: 50 MB
Peso: 18 kg
Procesador mínimo: 1GHz
RAM mínima: 256 MB
Resolución máxima: 300 x 300 DPI
Tecnología de impresión: Pintar por sublimación
Tiempo hasta primera página (color, normal): 45 s
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The installation package from Kodak must be installed completely, which of course I did. In fact I removed and re-installed several times. Bottom line, as soon as the new firmware was successfully installed, the printer would not respond to any print job. Period. End of story. The printer became a very expensive boat anchor. Called up Kodak, about 8 times (!!) Spoke to several pro-printer tech people more than once. We ALL agreed that rolling back to a previous firmware would be worth a try. But NO, Kodak higher-ups refuse to allow me to test that. They REFUSE to let me have the earlier firmware. They even claim they don't have it anymore (say WHAT??).
There's a lot more tech stuff to this story but suffice it to say that Kodak as a company is completely broken in my humble opinion. The tech staff cannot handle an issue like this, and frankly they don't care very much. I'm sure you've read about the possible implosion of the company within a couple years. It is not looking good for Kodak (in my opinion). So I really have to rate ANY Kodak printer as BUYER BEWARE. It's such a shame because I loved this and the previous dye-sub printer (the 8660). Guess Fuji is about to get my business and I'm about to take a huge bath on this printer and several roles of printer paper/ribbons. OUCH!