Electric Typewriter Has 20 Parts (Jul, 1932)

Electric Typewriter Has 20 Parts
GEORGES PALLATON, Swiss inventor, has designed an electric typewriter built from 20 parts, compared to approximately 2,000 used in the typewriters now on the market. The machine, shown below, has no keyboard or spacer, the advance and return of the carriage being electrically controlled by means of a small battery placed inside, or by an extension cord connection.

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  1. [...] it was.  And I see that major keyboard modifications had as much chance of becoming mainstream back then as they do today (I’m wondering what it will take to change the mouse/keyboard as the [...]

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