LaserWriter Pro 810

Introduced: October 1993
Terminated: November 1994


The LaserWriter Pro 810 had multiple paper cassettes, a first in Apple printing.  It used a slower processor than other printers in the LaserWriter line.  The Weitek 8200 processor ran at 7.25Mhz.  In spite of the lower speed, it could still produce up to 20 pages a minute at a resolution of 800 DPI. 

Communication options included LocalTalk, Serial and Ethernet.  The Pro 810 used the PostScript Level 2 or PCL 4+.


The LaserWriter Pro 810 was the highest end printer of its time.  With multiple paper cassettes and unprecedented speed, it was geared towards professional users with high volume needs.


Type: Electrophotography
Processor: Weitek 8200
Processor Speed: 7.25 MHz
Language: PostScript Level 2, PCL 4+
Colors: 1
Connection: LocalTalk, Serial, Ethernet
Pages Per Minute: 20
DPI: 800
Power: 560 W
Weight and Dimensions (US): 81 lbs., 19.5” H x 20.5” W x 21.5” D
Weight and Dimensions (Metric): 36.7 kg, 49.5 cm H x 52.1 cm W x 54.6 cm D
ROM Size: 3 MB
Maximum RAM: 32 MB
Type of RAM Slots: 3, 72-pin SIMMs
Minimum RAM Speed: 80 ns


The LaserWriter Pro 810 was introduced in October of 1993 and discontinued just over a year later in November of 1994.



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