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Rank Xerox 3700 - Distributed Electronic Printing System - Government Branch - Introduction

This document gives a background to Xerox's printing systems and introduces the latest model, the 3700, with specifications and command summaries.

From the document: 

'The 3700 fulfills the need for a medium speed decentralised printer in the Xerox electronic printing family, providing high quality, flexible and affordable laser printing to new segments of the decentralised market. In addition, the 3700 can be placed as a central printer in data processing departments or specialised departments running mini computers or small business computers.'

21 pages.

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Reference Number :

Date Published : Unknown

Manufacturer : Rank Xerox

Platform : Rank Xerox 3700

Format : PDF

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39797. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Rank Xerox 3700 - Distributed Electronic Printing System - Government Branch - Introduction

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