Where have all the Selectrics gone?

Kapteyn, Rob kapteynr at cboe.com
Tue Mar 21 13:24:26 CST 2006

There was also an article in a hobbyist magazine explaining how to do
a homebrew conversion of a Selectric typewriter to make a computer printer.

I know, because, as a kid, we were always on the outlook for a junk Selectric
that could be salvaged.

I doubt that a lot were converted, because Selectric typewriters were always
very expensive -- approaching the cost of "cheap" printers.


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In article <200603210948150860.2E82142A at>,
    "Chuck Guzis" <cclist at sydex.com>  writes:

> They didn't use ASCII, but rather a "tilt and shift" code.  There were a
> couple of articles in some of the early computing mags about interfacing
> them.

We must be talking about something other than the 2741 then, as it
used ASCII.
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