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 When was the first electric typewriter made?

Answer Famed inventor Thomas Alva Edison took out the first patent for an electric typewriter in 1872, although it was a prototype and never marketed. It was large, bulky and powered by a series of magnet... Read More »
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When was the first electric typewriter produced?

James Fields Smathers, of Kansas, invented the first practical electric typewriter in 1914. After World War I, early models featured an ungainly external line shaft. An internal motor was developed... Read More »
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When was the first electric typewriter manufactured?

While the first patent for an electric typewriter was taken out by Thomas Alva Edison in 1872, working models were not introduced until half a century later. The first commercial electric typewrite... Read More »
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When did Thomas Edison patent the first experimental electric typewriter?

Thomas Alva Edison patented his design for the first experimental electric typewriter in 1872. However, Edison's design did not function as well as intended. The first working electric typewriter c... Read More »
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When was the first electronic typewriter made?

IBM, Olivetti, Casio, Exxon and Xerox have all produced machines that have been called the first electronic typewriter. Because the typewriters included different electronic features, the designati... Read More »
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