pat at computer-refuge.org
Thu Apr 7 19:49:16 CDT 2005
On Thursday 07 April 2005 19:00, Fred Cisin wrote:
> On Thu, 7 Apr 2005, Ethan Dicks wrote:
> > The 4L and 4ML are stripped-down single-user-oriented printers, not
> > big modular monsters like the IIISi, 4MX, etc. The internal boards
> > for the 4L and 4ML are entirely different (but the engine is the
> > same). There is no PostScript SIMM in a 4ML; everything is
> > soldered to the board, plus the 4L has parallel only, and the 4ML
> > has parallel plus an 8-pin-DIN AppleTalk/LocalTalk connector.
> Which sub-model of 4 DOES take the Postscript SIMM?
> I recall one of the colleges that I teach at converted one of their
> printers to Postscript using a SIMM.
The 4si (and 4si/mx) took a postscript SIMM. I think that others did as
well, but used different SIMMs.
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