Color StyleWriter 1500

Color StyleWriter 1500

Infobox Computer Hardware Printer
name = Color StyleWriter 1500

caption =
introduced = February 19, 1996
discontinued =
cost =
processor =
frequency =
minimum = 128 kB
maximum = 128 kB
slot =
rom =
ports = Serial, optional LocalTalk, optional Ethernet
type = Inkjet
color = 4
dpi = 720 x 360
speed = 3 Pages Per Minute in B&W, 0.3 Page Per Minute in color
language = QuickDraw
power = 22.6 Watt
weight = 5.5 lbs
dimensions = (H x W x D) 6.9 x 13.7 x 8.5 in

The Color StyleWriter 1500 is a color inkjet printer manufactured and sold by Apple in 1996.It is very similar to the Canon BJC 250.

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