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IBM InfoPrint 1332 Laser Printer


The version of the 1332 being sold to Hilton Hotels does NOT have a parallel port and so the WorkBOX is not an option.

Using a WorkBOX with a 1332 can cause print jobs to be delayed. In one case, reported by Calvin, a workbox with forms from MEMDT totaling 215K was attached to one of the few 1332's with a parallel printer port at the test lab. When the WorkBOX was attached, network print jobs from MS Word would take about 15 seconds to being printing. Disconnecting the WorkBOX and power cycleing the printer allowed the print job to start instantly. Re-attaching the WorkBOX and powering up the printer showed the same problem.

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