|Cost||US$699 (equivalent to $1,875 in 2020)|
|Power consumption||180 Watts|
|Color||Black ink fabric ribbon|
|DPI||High Resolution: 160 x 144 dpi Normal Resolution: 96 x 72 dpi|
|Speed||70 lines per minute / 120 characters per second (in draft mode)|
|Dimensions||(H × W × D) 4.75 × 15.5 × 11 in|
The Apple Dot Matrix Printer (often shortened to Apple DMP) is a printer manufactured by C. Itoh and sold under the Apple Computer, Inc. label in 1982 for the Apple II series, Lisa, and the Apple III. It was succeeded by the ImageWriter in 1984.
The Apple DMP is the last parallel port printer sold under the Apple label; all subsequent Apple printers (ImageWriter, ImageWriter II, Scribe, LaserWriter, etc.) were serial port printers.