1891 Typesetting Competition - Inland Printer
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QuoteMr. Shakespeare also referred to improved methods of news transmission and detailed rival use to which wireless might be put. One of the most interesting inventions in this connection had been demonstrated in Detroit this year by an inventor who attached a radio device to an ordinary typewriter and transmitted messages through the air at a speed of 1,200 letters a minute. In the demonstration, the letters of the typewriter were struck in the ordinary manner and were received on another typewriter at a different point and automatically typed.