A CDE Definition
A family of PostScript plug-in boards from ColorSpan (formerly LaserMaster) that boosted speed and resolution on earlier Windows-based LaserJets. Its software rasterized the image within the CPU and provided high-speed output to the WinJet board in the printer. See ColorSpan.
(ColorSpan Corporation, Minnetonka, MN) A manufacturer of wide-format color printers. Founded in 1985 as LaserMaster Corporation, it was originally involved in high-resolution upgrades for LaserJet printers, followed by a line of laser printers and plain paper imagesetters. In 1997, it changed its name to focus on its line of wide-format inkjet printers that it introduced in 1993. In 2000, ColorSpan was acquired by MacDermid, Inc. and operated as MacDermid ColorSpan, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary. In late 2007, the division was acquired by HP.
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