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Apple Daisy Wheel Printer

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Apple Daisy Wheel Printer

Apple Daisy Wheel Printer
Ports RS-232C
Type Daisy Wheel
Speed 40 characters per second (average)
Weight 37.0 lb (16.8kg)
Dimensions (H x W x D) 6.87 x 23.22 x 14.84 in

The Apple Daisy Wheel Printer is a daisy wheel printer manufactured and sold by Apple, Inc. It utilized the ASCII command set and fed via continuous form paper. The printer included several different 130-character "daisy" print wheels (e.g., Courier, Prestige Elite, Gothic, Executive) in English, French, German, and other languages.

It could be used with the Lisa system, Apple III system, and Apple IIe or Apple II Plus system if the Super Serial Interface Card was installed.

This printer is also referred to as the Apple Letter Quality printer.

References

  • "Daisy Wheel Printer: Specifications".  
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