name/model of HP portable printer? (not HP 2225x) circa 1993
cisin at xenosoft.com
Fri Mar 12 20:58:18 CST 2021
Does that mean that you WANT one? (or more)
There were several slightly varying models.
There was a detachable paper feed bracket, that is rarely with it.
Do you want some OLD cartridges (to clean out and try to refill?)
Grumpy Ol' Fred cisin at xenosoft.com
On Fri, 12 Mar 2021, Stan Sieler via cctalk wrote:
> Bingo, David nailed it!
> (The HP DeskJet Portable)
> On Thu, Mar 11, 2021 at 11:31 PM <davidkcollins2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> How about this...
>> David Collins
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>> Subject: name/model of HP portable printer? (not HP 2225x) circa 1993
>> Does anyone remember the product name or number of the tiny HP portable
>> printer (*not* an HP 2225 of any kind!) that probably came out about the
>> same time as the HP Omnibook 300 (1993)?
>> (My google-fu failed me.)
>> IIRC, it was able to print on regular paper 8.5" wide, probably using a
>> thinkjet mechanism.
>> Battery powered, probably black, probably HP-IL interface.
>> I remember coveting one when I got my first Omnibook, but by that time
>> they were off the market and the only one I ever saw wasn't for sale (I did
>> borrow it for a few days, it worked well).
>> The use of standard (in the U.S.) paper, plus the tiny size, had be
>> interested in it.
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