The Brother AX-325 is one of an extensive range of portable electronic typewriters manufactured in the USA, UK and (later) Malaysia and released over a decade which spanned the mid 1990s through to the mid 2000s, thus making it difficult to pin down the year of manufacture based on Brother’s serial numbering system – a one digit year code which follows a month code at the start of each serial number.
A GX- prefix was used predominantly (but not exclusively) in the USA, where these typewriters were often marketed as “Correctronics”.
The User Guide is as “minimalist” as the typewriter itself and has no front or rear cover and comprises one double-sided sheet of paper which folds into 16 pages.
A bit awkward to read, but easy to scan in two-page pairs.
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