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Alphacom 32 Line Printer

Alphacom 32 Line Printer

The Alphacom 32 printer was the American version of the Sinclair printer, marketed in Britain by Dean Electronics. It obeys the standard Spectrum print commands. It was quieter than the standard Spectrum printer and could output up to two lines per second. Includes PSU and interface with pass-through port.

 

Alphacom 32 Line Printer






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