ORIC-1 Colour Printer


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Centre for Computing History (GameBytes) - ORIC-1 Colour Printer

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ORIC-1 Colour Printer

ORIC-1 Colour Printer is an accessory for the N/A. It is in Fair condition.

Please check the pictures for condition and contents. If a manual or other contents are not pictured then it is not supplied.

ORIC-1 Colour printer.

In fair condition, missing the paper compartment cover, and ball-point pens (see photos). Oric 20 pin parallel port. 

It powers on, but fails to select the pens, or move to carriage to the pen-change station. Line feed works.

Supplied with mains cable - missing plug, and roll of 4 1/2" paper.


Condition : Fair (See photo for condition)
Quantity Available : 0

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