The Xerox Corporation of America knew how to put a spin on things and I don't just mean the printwheel technology they acquired from Diablo. According to an article in the Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester New York, 3rd May 1987, the company's new generation of Memorywriter office typewriters were an unmitigated success: The reality was … Continue reading The Memorywriter Revolution
Xerox Takes a Memo
It's a little known fact that the Brother EM-411 sold in the USA and Canada (and sold as the CE-650 in Europe and Australia) is the same typewriter as the Xerox Memowriter (apart from obvious differences in their body shells and keyboards) . A two-year agreement struck between the Xerox Corporation of America and Brother … Continue reading Xerox Takes a Memo
The Typewriter Copiers
The Xerox 6002 is a compact electronic typewriter, as opposed to the smaller portable electronic typewriters I've blogged about previously. It's a heavy machine, bigger than many "compact" office machines, yet much lighter than the Selectric typewriters it replaced. The keyboard is spacious and has a nice tactile feel to it. A good choice for anyone wanting to learn how … Continue reading The Typewriter Copiers
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