Apple Dot Matrix Printer

Apple Dot Matrix Printer

Infobox Computer Hardware Printer
name = Apple Dot Matrix Printer

caption =
introduced = October 1982
discontinued = 1984
cost = US$699
processor =
frequency =
minimum =
maximum =
slot = 0
rom =
ports = Parallel
type = Dot matrix
color = 0
dpi =
speed = 70 lines per minute
language =
power = 180 Watts
weight = 18.7 lbs
dimensions = (H x W x D) 4.75 x 15.5 x 11 in

The Apple Dot Matrix Printer (often shortened to Apple DMP) is a printer manufactured by C. Itoh and sold under Apple label in 1982 for the Apple II series and the Apple III. It was succeeded by the ImageWriter in 1984.

The Apple DMP is the last parallel port printer sold under Apple label; all subsequent Apple printers (ImageWriter, ImageWriter II, Scribe, LaserWriter etc.) were serial port printers.



External links

* [ AppleSpec on Apple Dot Matrix printer]

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