Definition of Matrix printer
1. Noun. A printer that represents each character as a pattern of dots from a dot matrix.
Specialized synonyms: Ink-jet Printer, Stylus Printer, Wire Matrix Printer, Wire Printer
Generic synonyms: Printer
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Literary usage of Matrix printer
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1. A History of the Personal Computer: The People and the Technology by Roy A. Allan (2001)
"In the 1980's many other companies started competing in the low cost dot matrix printer market. Some of these were NEC, Okidata and TEC. ..."
2. OECD Territorial Reviews by Oecd (2001)
"... composite in a technique that recalls the method a dot-matrix printer uses to lay down two-dimensional letters by putting dots along a horizontal line. ..."
3. Sdi: A View from Europe by Robert C. Hughes (1995)
"... of "stability" by strategic high priests are nothing other than conceptual constructs that have about them the smudges of the dot matrix printer. ..."
4. Development of ISO-Footcandle Curves for Highway Lighting by Richard A. Zimmer (1994)
"As with the other two programs, the only printer supported is a dot matrix printer excluding the popular Laser Jet series. Information about this program ..."