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This printer could print at forty characters per second. Electronic printing and publishing: Low-budget thermal printer has print, ribbon problems”.
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Retrieved 20 August The StyleWriter was the first of Apple’s line of inkjet serial printers, targeted mainly towards consumers. It was one of the first laser printers available to the mass market.
Archived from the original on February 7, Unlike many inkjet printers laesrwriter the time, the Apple Color Printer did not suffer from print slowdowns caused by slow communication from the computer performing rasterizationsince the SCSI bus is relatively fast.
List of Apple printers
Retrieved August 27, Retrieved March 6, Though some early products use thermal technology, Apple’s products can be broadly divided into three lines: The Apple Color Printer was the paserwriter color inkjet printer sold by Apple.
The model was discontinued in when Apple introduced the Color StyleWriter series of printers. They produced print quality that was better than the dot matrix ImageWritersand were cheaper than the LaserWriters.
Apple has produced several lines of printers in its history, but no longer produces or supports these devices today. Offers graphics   .
This printer moved and rotated four color pens along the horizontal axis, the device moving the paper into order to allow its pens to render along the vertical axis. Retrieved August 20, This page was last edited on 21 Marchat Retrieved August 14, Retrieved August 29, LocalTalk option, EtherTalk option .
The Silentype was a thermal printerwhich used a special paper and provided 80 column output.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on 14 August Cable adapter allowed connection to serial .
All but a few models contained Canon print engines, a few were rebadged Canon printers, while the last few were rebadged HP DeskJet printers. In combination with WYSIWYG publishing software like PageMakerthat operated on top of the graphical user interface of Macintosh computers, the LaserWriter was a lasedwriter component at the beginning of the desktop publishing revolution.
Retrieved August 28, Retrieved from ” https: Archived from the original on January 29, The LaserWriter was a laser laserwrkter with built-in PostScript interpreter introduced by Apple in