This printer was a bit of a mystery to me when it arrived. The size clearly denotes a intention for business application, yet the color suggests that it was to be marketed with the "264 Series" computers, which were NOT business computers. However, this printer DOES have a standard CBM Serial port, and it DOES use the same color shade as the 264 series, and it does NOT have an IEEE port (which the 1101s business contemporaries were using), and so I am left wondering. As it is, it is a very nice printer. Relatively quick, supporting all types of paper, and good enough to arrive at my door with numerous other "font" wheels and ribbons.
The DPS1101 was manufactured for Commodore by JUKI, maker of automatic knitting machines.
Model : DPS-1101 Type : Daisy Wheel printer Resolution: Letter Quality Text Paper Feed: Friction Interface : CBM Serial Bus Notes : Very big
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