"The KODAK EASYSHARE V610 Dual Lens Digital Camera was named “Best of Innovations 2007” award winner in the Digital Imaging category, while the KODAK EASYSHARE V570 Dual Lens Digital Camera and the KODAK Digital Picture System 900 (DPS 900) garnered Innovations 2006 Design and Engineering honors in the Digital Imaging (V570) and in the Eco-Design (DPS 900) categories respectively."See Kodak Press Release for complete information on the awards.
Erin Lin, posting in Ryan Block spot at engadget, had quite a bit to say about the "Kodak Easyshare-One" wireless camera, including that it "might just be the big digital camera surprise of CES". It certainly is a beauty.
Nonetheless, as illustrated in this copy of the picture posted at engadget, Kodak did demonstrate how their products can also interact with Microsoft products.
The image on the left is a Microsoft X-Box 360 which is being used to display a Kodak image gallery.
Kodak's new introductions to the market include wireless Easyshare Digital Picture Frames and two exciting new digital cameras, the Kodak Easyshare V1003 and V703. I am rather taken with the V1003. With a price tag of $250, it is a lot of camera for the price and much more affordable on my budget than the Easyshare One.