Ink cartridges maker Kodak is using this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to highlight the range of services it offers to facilitate remote printing.
Despite the firm's recent financial troubles – with a report in the Wall Street Journal last week suggesting the company could enter bankruptcy by early February – it has been keen to highlight the benefits of products such as its Hero range of printers.
These could be useful for individuals looking to produce documents while on the move, as they are all compatible with Google Cloud Print, which can allow people to send documents to the device from their smartphone, tablet or laptop PC.
Global vice-president of Kodak's Corporate Marketing and Consumer Digital Imaging Group Vince Ferraro noted the company's brand has been a key player in imaging for over 120 years and is still developing new offerings.
"For today's social and mobile consumers, we continue to innovate to deliver intelligent and intuitive products that produce brilliant Kodak-quality images," he said.