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DATECS Unveils the Palm Printer

DATECS PP50 is a unique piece of portable equipment specially designed to cradle the world’s most popular palm-size computer – PALM III series, PALM V and VISOR.

This allows the end user to print data from standard Palm applications; Date Book, Address, ToDo and Memo as well as
the exact screen images, generated by any Palm OS aplication.

The printer requires Datecs Print Manager to be used. Also the Datecs Font Manager offers the option to download into the PP-50 memory two additional fonts – small and a large – as well as full graphic logo. Moreover, by using the edit function, you can modify or create your own symbol.

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