In the Japanese cut paper printer market, there was a growing need for high-speed printers and printers capable of double-sided printing, and in 1990 Hitachi responded by shipping the H-6286 double-sided cut paper printer, which at the time was the world's fastest at 135ppm.
|Printing system||Laser-based xerography|
|Printing speed (A4 size)||135ppm(single-sided/double-sided)|
|Character size||7,9,12 and 14 point, and the corresponding half-size characters|
|Shipment date||June 1990|