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legacy printer

An earlier printer such as a dot matrix printer or daisy wheel printer. It may also refer to a more modern inkjet or laser printer that connects to the parallel port instead of via USB or the network. See dot matrix printer, daisy wheel and printer cable.
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Focus has two basic functions: to connect printers to the Internet while preserving firewall integrity and to adapt legacy printers so they understand the Internet Printing Protocol.
The printer is also available with the ZebraLink Alternate Programming Language (APL), so it can perform alongside legacy printers.
The IS Bureau is required to accept new data from the Maine State of Government Agencies via their WAN and print them on their Xerox legacy printers.
The extension of Printronix's solutions portfolio to include the EASYLABEL design package benefits current EASYLABEL customers by allowing them to migrate from their legacy printers and upgrade to Printronix's T5000E printers with ease.
These new print servers will update and upgrade as many as 9 million popular, durable HP legacy printers to make them compatible with the Internet world," according to Patrick Dirk, Chairman and CEO of TROY Group, Inc.