The first typewriter is created, sparking innovation for those to come.
This new patent would aid in the invention among the typewriter machines and their own progression.
Rather than being a-b-c, the QWERTY was created to be more efficient and easier to use.
This efficiency through a portable machine would speed up production in means of the ability to move the machine from place to place.
The Z1 had a 64 word memory and all input and output was generated through punch tape. It set the tone for more evolvement to smaller and faster machines.
Created by Dr. Presper Eckert and Dr. John Mauchly, it was mostly created for government and business use and used to predict the outcomes of presidential races.
It was the first self-correcting typewriter, which aided in speeding up production by fixing errors.
It allowed for better time management and created a more effective way to publish works. It also had a strong memory which added to its efficiency.
This was revolutionary and created a machine that was easier to transport, thus easier to create and produce works in a variety of locations.
The first of many in the Apple generations, it was a new style of laptops that would later be innovative, efficient, and pricey.