DID YOU KNOW?
Early typewriter designs resembled sewing machines? Remington, the company that manufactured the first typewriters also made sewing machines. At the time, it was inevitable that typewriters would draw inspiration from them. There have been other concepts and devices that came before this. Though most of them had uses intended for the blind or was too cumbersome to operate. The typewriter invented by a priest named, Father Azevado in 1861 used wood and knives. It was the closest to what we know as typewriters though when it came to aesthetics. In 1867, the first practical typewriter came out. Three people were responsible for this. An inventor named Sholes and a mechanic, Glidden, They also had the help of a printer named, Soule. Remington did the manufacturing these new designs as well.
Fast forward to today and typewriters are pretty much a thing of the past. As with the advancement of technology, so does the need for newer ways of writing. In comes, the humble and ever-reliable modern keyboard. Keyboards are no longer limited to integrated board. We now have access to aftermarket peripherals. Keyboards even stayed relevant with the advent of smartphones. Mobile OS such as Android uses the same type input method. You will find plenty of keyboard app on the Play Store. The best Android keyboards more often come with a price. Free keyboard apps are getting good though and are enough for most people's needs.
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