RARE Vintage APPLE Color Style Writer 2400 Printer w/ Manual w disk Original Box. Serial printers, targeted mainly towards consumers. They produced print quality that was better than the. And were cheaper than the.
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The StyleWriter was the first of Apple's line of inkjet serial printers, targeted mainly towards consumers. The feed mechanism was removable, and paper could be fed through manually in a virtually straight line.The StyleWriter II replaced the original. This model, based on a Canon engine, had twice the memory of its predecessor and double the printing speed. The enclosure was restyled in Apple's "neoclassical" design language of the time. The StyleWriter 1200 was the third of Apple's line of inkjet. Serial printers, released after the StyleWriter II.
Based on the same Canon engine, this model had faster printing speed than its predecessor, but used the same ink cartridge. The Portable StyleWriter was a portable inkjet printer. Manufactured in 1993 and was designed to match the PowerBook 100 Series portable computer. The Color StyleWriter 2400 is notable for its compatibility with the Apple Pippin.The codename for this model was Calamari. The 2200 was aimed at mobile professionals, as it only weighed 3.1 lbs and matched the PowerBook series at the time of the release.
This was the second and last printer Apple made in a dark grey/black case. The 2200 was smaller and more rounded, matching the PowerBook 1400 and 5300 Series.It was based on a Canon. Developed Bubble Jet printer, but was repackaged with a new housing, firmware, and Apple's proprietary 8-pin mini-DIN serial port.
The printer is similar in appearance and functionality to the StyleWriter 2400, but featured faster printing speeds: 5 PPM black, 0.66 color, vs the 2400's 3 PPM black, 0.3 color. As with the 2400, the 2500 was compatible with the Apple Pippin console gaming system. Apple offered networking upgrades in the form of external print server devices. Also offered was a "PhotoGrade" kit, which included a special monobloc (heads and ink in one unit) cartridge with lighter photo-oriented inks and coated paper.
These models were all rebadged. It was based on the Canon BJC-600 series of Bubble Jet printers, with which it shares ink cartridge compatibility. Its distinguishing feature among Color StyleWriter printers is its use of separate ink cartridges for each of three colors (cyan, magenta, yellow) plus black. In contrast, other Color StyleWriters used a combined color cartridge plus a black cartridge.
The item "RARE Vintage APPLE Color Style Writer 2400 Printer with Manual w 3.5 Original Box" is in sale since Sunday, July 12, 2020. This item is in the category "Computers/Tablets & Networking\Vintage Computing\Vintage Parts & Accessories".The seller is "onehelluvaschool" and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped to United States.