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electronic typewriter

[i′lek‚trän·ik ′tīp‚rīd·ər]
(computer science)
A typewriter whose operation is enhanced through the use of microprocessor technology to provide many of the functions of a word-processing system but which has at most a partial-line visual display. Also known as memory typewriter.
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Sterling Electronic Typewriter -- offers great value, with full line memory correction and WordEraser, fast daisywheel printing and time-saving automated features.
Brother is America's largest manufacturer of portable electronic typewriters and personal word processors, and distributes a full line of automated office, industrial and home electronic products.
Smith Corona is dedicated to providing solutions to the small office/home office market through new and emerging technology products in addition to marketing and developing its traditional portable electronic typewriters and related accessories and supplies.
vice president-Industrial Products Division -- Edward Michaelson, vice president, Sales-Consumer Products Division Brother is America's largest manufacturer of personal electronic typewriters and personal word processors, and distributes a full line of automated office, industrial and home electronic products.
Contract awarded for Telephones, fax machines, tape recorders, digital camera and electronic typewriters for judicial and administrative province of saints units.
Electronic typewriters were introduced in the 1970s; label printers were launched in the eighties, then came laser printers, inkjets and scanners in the 1990s and post-2000.
Brother's product range also includes Labelling machines, Electronic Typewriters, Laminators, Stamp Creators, Home and Industrial Sewing machines and Industrial Embroidery machines.
People have computers in their living rooms,in their kitchens, even in their pockets, that do a far wider range of tasks than any of the cumbersome electronic typewriters for the 1980s coulddo.
We've tried several times to bring her up to date with electronic typewriters and word processors," he said.
The home office company is expanding its thrust into the mass market with electronic typewriters, cash registers, calculators, as well as newfangled products like multifunction machines and cordless phones.
Simple electronic typewriters have some line-display and rudimentary word processing capabilities.
The maker of electronic typewriters will soon find itself muscled out of business by a company making lap-top computers - unless it shifts its product, market niche, and position.

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