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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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Enhanced operating features on the new system enable fast, easy transition from inefficient, legacy printers and existing pre-printed label stock.
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Enterprises can now install a single software package to enable and manage bar code and RFID smart label printing throughout their enterprise, on numerous legacy printers, without additional hardware or software.