For years, electric typewriters accomplished much of what is now done with computers and word processors. For some applications, such as typing an address on an envelope or a mailing label, a typewriter is still the simplest office tool available.
Almost all models of electric typewriters have advanced word-processing features built in. At the heart of them is a powerful microprocessor based on the technology found in personal computers (PCs).
Here are a few of the many new features of today’s electronic typewriters:
Word erase for simple corrections
Spell checkers, comparing every word you type with those ...