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daisywheel

Computing a component of a computer printer in the shape of a wheel with many spokes that prints characters using a disk with characters around the circumference as the print element
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While the daisywheel was dazzling computer users, thermal printers also entered the marketplace.
At this point in time, laser printing of day-to-day administrative paperwork is probably not as cost-effective as the still-widespread daisywheel print technology, yet the Macintosh standard provides individual, professional-quality output of special purposes.
They may use daisywheel (for letter-quality print) or dot matrix mechanisms.
To make the most-economical use of the laser printer, most correspondence and routine documents are printed on 12 Diablo 630 daisywheel printers linked to the Advantage micros.
Launching the desktop-laser-printer revolution, the original HP LaserJet printer offered a fast, quiet alternative to the dot-matrix and daisywheel printers of the time.
25", half-height floppy drives; one RS-232C port; a 99-key keyboard; a 12"-diagonal screen with an amber-yellow display; a 23-cps, bidirectional daisywheel printer; and Type and Learn Concept (TLC) software.
Letter-quality daisywheel printers usually do not print graphs.
But mixed Golfballs and Daisywheels were types of word-processors, i.