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- adj. Describing printed material that is good enough for preliminary use but not good enough to be sent out. Now somewhat obsolete due to advances in printer technology; at one time many printers offered a choice between fast draft-quality and better appearing letter-quality.
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Both have at least four draft-quality players apiece.
Lack of any advanced features; low paper capacity; slight ghosting on draft-quality graphics
Up to 32 pages per minute for black-and-white draft-quality letters; 95 seconds for 13 x