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IBM Selectric typewriter - Wikipedia
The IBM Selectric typewriter was a highly successful line of electric typewriters introduced by IBM on 31 July 1961. Instead of the "basket" of individual typebars that swung up to strike the ribbon and page in a typical typewriter of the period, the Selectric had an "element" (frequently called a "typeball", or less formally, a "golf ball") that rotated and pivoted to the correct position
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In 1961, IBM developed the SABRE reservation system for American Airlines and introduced the highly successful Selectric typewriter. In 1963, IBM employees and computers helped NASA track the orbital flights of the Mercury astronauts. A year later, it moved its corporate headquarters from New York City to Armonk, New York. The latter half of
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This keyboard does that. I far prefer mechanical keyboards over other styles of keyboards, even the Apple designed ones. I like the physicality of a mechanical keyboard - I simply type faster and make fewer mistakes, having learned in high school how to type on an old IBM Selectric typewriter - was able to type 80+ wpm too.