Triumph-Adler’s first foray into the standalone electronic typewriter market began in 1975 with the release of a proprietary single element “golf ball” electronic typewriter, the SE-1000/CD. The release of two daisy wheel office electronic typewriters, SE 1005 and 1010, followed in 1981. The white outer shells of the typewriters of this series were made from what was claimed to be a shock-resistant, scratch-proof and antistatic resin.
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