|Product Number: 2934A|
|Ad: Click to see|
|Original Price: $2895|
|Catalog Reference: 1985, page 57|
Like the 2932A, the 2934A had a draft-quality (9 x 12 dot cell matrix) print speed of 200 characters per second. The 2934A could also print in "letter-quality" (36 x 24 dot cell matrix) at 67 characters per second. Graphics print quality was 90 dots per inch. The 2934A came standard with an RS-232-C interface. A few years after introduction, the 2934A enjoyed a resurgence of sorts when it was often used to replace unreliable Ruggedwriters at the sites of disgruntled customers.
The 2930 family of printers replaced the long-serving 2631X printers.
The 293X printers are still very reliable. The museum has four units, and they all work (2013).^ TOP
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