(Received 12 December 1972; accepted 19 January 1972)
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On July 31, 1961 IBM introduced the Selectric or Model 72 typewriter. This machine constituted a radical departure from the conventional typewriter. It was designed as a high speed printer and was developed in part as a print out unit for IBM computers. The conventional type bars wers completely eliminated, and in their place a type element consisting of a removable type ball was substituted. The machine has proven to be a high quality typewriter giving excellent service and producing unusually uniform work. In September 1971 IBM introduced the Selectric II, an advanced model of their Selectric machine.
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