Apple Scribe

The Apple Scribe Printer was a thermal transfer printer, first introduced in 1984 alongside the Apple IIc for a relatively low retail price, and compatible with the Apple IIe computer.

History of Apple Scribe is provided by wikipedia
Apple Scribe
Source: maas.museum – Apple Scribe

Apple Scribe – General Information

Overview
IntroducedApril 1984
DiscontinuedAugust 1986
Model NumberA9M0306
Price$299
Weight14.1 Ibs.
6.395 KG
Demensions6.1” H x 14.5” W x 12.4” D
15.49 cm H x 36.83 cm W x 31.49 cm D
System Requirements
Printer
TypeThermal
Colors4
Pages Per MinuteDraft Mode: 80 characters per second
Letter Quality Mode: 50 characters per second
DPIDraft Mode: 9 x 14 dots per character
Letter Quality Mode: 12 x 5 dots per character
Graphics Mode: 160 x 144 dpi
LanguageN/A
CartridgeBlack Ribbon Cassette (A9G0328)
Color Ribbon Cassette (A9G0329)
Connections
ConnectionRS-232C
Power
Maximum Continuous Power60 W
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