4.4) What were the Atari XTM201 and XTC201 Printers?

The XTM201 printer was introduced by Atari in January 1985 at the Winter
Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.  A monochrome thermal printer, the
XTM201 would accept single sheets of thermal paper or plain paper (Xerox 4024
or equivalent), and would also have both ribbon-end and paper-out sensors.
The normal-density graphics mode would be Epson-compatible.  Speed: 20
characters per second.  The XTM201 never shipped, and no more than a handful
of prototype units may exist.

The XTC201 printer was introduced by Atari in January 1985 at the Winter
Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.  A color thermal printer with support
for monochrome (black) printing as well, the XTC201 would accept single sheets
of thermal paper or plain paper (Xerox 4024 or equivalent), and would also
have both ribbon-end and paper-out sensors.  The normal-density graphics mode
would be Epson-compatible.  Speed: 20 characters per second.  The XTC201 never
shipped, and no more than a handful of prototype units may exist.
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