|Introduced||June 1, 1990|
|Discontinued||September 1, 1993|
|Speed||4 Pages Per Minute|
|Dimensions||(H x W x D) 8 x 15 x 18.3 in|
The Personal LaserWriter SC is a laser printer from Apple, introduced in March June 1990. It is similar to the LaserWriter IISC in its interpreter and interface: it uses the same QuickDraw language as the Macintosh, and connects via the SCSI peripheral bus. However, it uses the Canon LBP-LX engine rather than the LBP-SX, printing at four pages per minute rather than eight.