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PERSONAL LASERWRITER NTR
PERSONAL LASERWRITER 300
PERSONAL LASERWRITER LS
LOW-VOLUME DESKTOP PUBLISHER
LASERWRITER PRO 810
HIGH-VOLUME PUBLICATIONS
LASERWRITER PRO 630
LASERWRITER PLUS PRINTERS
LASERWRITERS
LASERWRITER PLUS
SX-BASED PRINTERS
PERSONAL LASERWRITER NT
ORIGINAL LASERWRITER
LASERWRITER PRO 600
LASERWRITER IIF
LASERWRITER 8500
PERSONAL LASERWRITER SC
ANYONE
MILLIONS
POWERING
APPLETALK
MACINTOSH COMPUTERS
LASER PRINTER
MAC
INTRODUCTORY
SCSI
MAC OS
LOCALTALK
POSTSCRIPT
PRINTERS
PRINT
PRINTER
APPLE LASERWRITER
APPLE
LASERWRITER
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Definitions

  1. LaserWriter is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
  2. The LaserWriter was the first major printer designed by Apple to use the new Snow White design language (not a computer language) created by Frogdesign.
  3. The LaserWriter was a laser printer with built-in PostScript interpreter introduced by Apple in 1985. (Web site)
  4. The LaserWriter was based on a Canon printer engine and Motorola's 68000 chip.
  5. The Apple LaserWriter was one of the first laser printers available to the mass market. (Web site)

Personal Laserwriter Ntr

  1. Personal LaserWriter NTR is a laser printer from Apple, introduced in March 1992. (Web site)

Personal Laserwriter 300

  1. Personal LaserWriter 300 is a laser printer from Apple, introduced in 1993.

Personal Laserwriter Ls

  1. The Personal LaserWriter LS is a laser printer from Apple, introduced in March 1991.

Low-Volume Desktop Publisher

  1. For the low-volume desktop publisher, the LaserWriter could serve as the master copy.

Laserwriter Pro 810

  1. The LaserWriter Pro 810 is a laser printer manufactured and sold by Apple in 1993.

High-Volume Publications

  1. For high-volume publications, the LaserWriter offered the perfect[ neutrality disputed] proofing tool.

Laserwriter Pro 630

  1. The LaserWriter Pro 630 is a laser printer manufactured and sold by Apple in 1993.

Laserwriter Plus Printers

  1. The LaserWriter and LaserWriter Plus printers included high quality, scalable Adobe PostScript -fonts built into their ROM memory.

Laserwriters

  1. Some LaserWriters and LaserWriter Plus printers are not compatible with LaserWriter 7.1.2 and should use the LaserWriter 7.0 or 8.1.1 driver instead.

Laserwriter Plus

  1. The LaserWriter Plus is a laser printer manufactured and sold by Apple.
  2. The LaserWriter and LaserWriter Plus do not support simultaneous communications.

Sx-Based Printers

  1. The LaserWriter II NTX printer uses the same shaped paper trays and high-capacity feeders as all other SX-based printers. (Web site)
  2. The LaserWriter II NTX uses the same toner cartridges as all other SX-based printers. (Web site)

Personal Laserwriter Nt

  1. Personal LaserWriter NT is a laser printer from Apple, introduced in 1990.

Original Laserwriter

  1. The LaserWriter Plus is nearly identical to the original LaserWriter. (Web site)

Laserwriter Pro 600

  1. The LaserWriter Pro 600 is a laser printer manufactured and sold by Apple in 1993.

Laserwriter Iif

  1. The LaserWriter IIf is a laser printer manufactured and sold by Apple.

Laserwriter 8500

  1. After the LaserWriter 8500, Apple discontinued the LaserWriter product line. (Web site)
  2. The LaserWriter 8500 is a laser printer manufactured and sold by Apple Inc. (Web site)

Personal Laserwriter Sc

  1. The Personal LaserWriter SC should retail for around $2100 while the Personal LaserWriter NT will cost about $3300. (Web site)

Anyone

  1. The LaserWriter allowed anyone to print quality text and graphics without spending a fortune.

Millions

  1. Millions of LaserWriter units were eventually sold, and it is often credited as having saved the Macintosh platform and the Apple company.

Powering

  1. Powering the LaserWriter was a Motorola 68000 CPU running at 12 MHz, 512KB of workspace RAM, and a 1 MB framebuffer.

Appletalk

  1. The Macs are linked to a Laserwriter Pro 600 via Appletalk through ethernet ports and Asantetalk boxes.

Macintosh Computers

  1. The LaserWriter used a 12 MHz Motorola 68000, making it faster than any of the Macintosh computers it attached to. (Web site)

Laser Printer

  1. The LaserWriter Select 310 was a laser printer manufactured and sold by Apple in 1993.
  2. The LaserWriter IINT is a laser printer manufactured and sold by Apple.
  3. The LaserWriter IISC was a laser printer manufactured and sold by Apple.

Mac

  1. But a Mac and a LaserWriter alone wouldn't get anyone very far.

Introductory

  1. At an introductory price of US$ 6,995, the LaserWriter was more expensive than PC laser printers of comparable print speed and quality.

Scsi

  1. The LaserWriter II NTX controller has standard connectors for AppleTalk and RS-232, as well as SCSI for a local hard drive for a font cache. (Web site)

Mac Os

  1. LaserWriter 8.6 is supported on Mac OS 7.6.1 or later. (Web site)

Localtalk

  1. Based on the AppleTalk protocol stack, LocalTalk connected the LaserWriter to the Mac over an RS-422 serial port. (Web site)

Postscript

  1. PostScript enabled the LaserWriter to print complex pages containing high-resolution bitmap graphics, outline fonts, and vector illustrations. (Web site)
  2. When the LaserWriter was introduced the use of PostScript was expensive. (Web site)

Printers

  1. Like the other LaserWriter printers, the LaserWriter IIf was an electrophotography-based printer. (Web site)
  2. The LaserWriter 8 driver uses PostScript Printer Description (PPD) files to determine the characteristics of the printers it uses.
  3. Eventually, the LaserWriter and other printers were capable of being connected using AppleTalk, Apple's built-in networking system. (Web site)

Print

  1. Laserwriter 8.6.1 adds support for secure printing to the AppleShare IP 6.1 Print Server. (Web site)
  2. Compared to the HP Laserjet and other PCL printers, the LaserWriter could print more complex layouts.
  3. The LaserWriter II SC can print any font installed into the computer's operating system.

Printer

  1. This procedure causes the LaserWriter driver to query the printer for its characteristics and associate a particular PPD file with the printer.
  2. The LaserWriter Select 310 does not support the LaserWriter 8.x printer driver, and so does not support a lot of the features you asked about. (Web site)
  3. To obtain the address of built-in Ethernet LaserWriters, you can use the LaserWriter utility that ships with the printer. (Web site)

Apple Laserwriter

  1. The Apple LaserWriter II NTX controller was revised several times and information on this is a little vague. (Web site)

Apple

  1. We carry printing supplies for all Apple models including supplies for Apple LaserWriter Select printers, Apple Color LaserWriter printers and many more. (Web site)
  2. In March of 1985, the Apple LaserWriter was the first printer to ship with PostScript, sparking the desktop publishing (DTP) revolution in the mid-1980s.
  3. Apple were among the first to launch laser printers to the world with the Apple LaserWriter.

Laserwriter

  1. Millions were eventually sold, and the LaserWriter is also credited with saving both the Macintosh, and Apple. (Web site)
  2. At introduction, the LaserWriter had the most processing power in Apple's product line — more than an 8 MHz Macintosh. (Web site)
  3. At introduction, the LaserWriter had the most processing power in Apple's product line — more than an 8 MHz Macintosh. (Web site)

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