Dot Matrix Printers, while being some of the first models of computer printers, are still rather popular as well as useful. Their operation is simple, and they are very durable. Similar to a typewriter, the print head prints by impact, striking an ink-soaked cloth ribbon against paper. Letters are drawn out of a "dot matrix," allowing for varied fonts and arbitrary graphics to be produced. Check out our selection of modern Dot Matrix Printers today!
|Panasonic KX-P 1131E
Printer - monochrome - dot-matrix - 254 mm (width) - 360 dpi - 24 pin - up to 300 char/sec - parallel, USB, serial
Total time: 0.0512 seconds