|Product Number: 2563|
|Ad: Click to see|
|Original Price: $5780|
|Catalog Reference: 1984, page 624|
|Donated by: Glen Careedy, Victoria.|
The 2563A was a dot matrix printer with a maximum speed of 300 lines per minute. It came standard with an HP-IB interface. RS-232, RS-422 and Centronics interfaces were also available. The 2563A had a graphics print resolution of 70 x 72 dots per inch.
The 2565A was introduced in 1984. It had a speed of 600 lpm and was priced at $18,766. The 2566A was also introduced in 1984. It had a speed of 900 lpm and was priced at $21,766.
The 2564B and 2567B were both introduced in 1986. The 2564B had a print speed of 600 lpm; the 2567B had a print speed of 1200 lpm.
The 2562C was introduced in 1989. It had a print speed of 420 lpm.
The 2563 was also a movie star. It made an appearance in the 1992 movie Garbo.
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