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September 16, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Eastman Kodak Co has come out with the Rolls Royce of print servers for local area networks of MS-DOS personal computers but the thing carries a Rolls Royce price tag of $250,000. The server, called Lionheart, is based on an enahnced version of Kodak’s Ektaprint 1392 printer, which handles up to 92 pages per minute. The control software enables users to address the printer from their desktops, and have it perform a variety of tasks in addition to printing – they could order it to produce sets of finished reports, sorted, stapled and hole-punched, without moving from their desks. No word on clearing paper jams from your desk.

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