WORLD'S FIRST LASER PRINTER
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What was the world's first laser printer?
In 1971 Gary Starkweather, a Xerox
researcher, came up with a way for a laser beam to combine with the xerography
process, essentially creating the world's first laser printer by modifying a
commercial laser printer was not released until 1975 when IBM introduced the IBM
3800 laser printer, capable of printing 20,000 lines per minute, the only
drawback, it's huge.
Xerox Star 8010 was the first laser printer made for an individual computer but
it cost $17,000.00 back in 1981.
The IBM 3800
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