Panasonic’s dot matrix printers come in narrow or wide carriage with 9-pin up to 24-pin printing heads. Dot matrix printers can print on multi-part stationery and feature the lowest printing cost per page of any printer. You can also use continuous paper with user-selectable pull or push tractor feed, so they’re perfect for data logging. Dot matrix printers feature various scalable fonts with up to 250 cps draft print speed for fast printing using up to 7 colors. Reliable and rugged, Panasonic dot matrix printers are a smart, economical choice for large volume printing.
Love these printers
This review is from: Panasonic KX-P1131E 360 x 360 dpi 24 pins Dot Matrix Printer
Pros: If you have the use for impact printers then you know how great Panasonic printers are for the price. I have 3 of these in use right now and they run absolutely reliably every day.
Cons: No USB cable included. I knew this before hand but really printer manufacturers you can't just put the cables needed to operate the devices in the package.
Other Thoughts: Newegg has a great selection of USB cables to work with these. For those still running old school DOS programs don't fear USB printers, do some searches for NET USE LPT1 to put a USB printer that is shared on the direct LPT print spooling
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