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Handmade Portraits: USB Typewriter

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Published on Sep 10, 2012

Inspired by fellow tech-savvy enthusiasts at hackerspace Hive76, inventor Jack Zylkin (http://usbtypewriter.etsy.com) gives new life to the vintage typewriter.

Read the Etsy blog post: http://etsy.me/usbtypewriter.

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Comments • 48

PinEtsy
Really fun way to see and appreciate our older generation and turn something into a useful tool.  Inspire handmade! 
ACS402010
As a writer and someone who learned to type years and years ago on the typwriter in my school days, I would absolutely LOVE this!
DJMinor5000
The original typewriter will never be obsolete. The later generations who embrace the older technology will keep it alive indefinitely.
Melek xo
You wanna give the typewriter a chance at survival yet they cost like €1.200 ;(
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Nihad
I'm gonna handle down my bricked hammerhead (when it get bricked hopefully not soon AT ALL XD) to my kid saying "this is what turned me into a nerd"
TheBigMclargehuge
What a fucking waste of time.
David Boson
robo cop for nerds - IN a GOOD way!
Sea Rich
Really awesome!
V. Julie
Not bad!
Natatat At
Creative, but not practical.  Plus, where do you think we would be if we kept holding onto old, now non-useful, technology? Well, we wouldn't make very much progress. I think we should remember old technology, not integrate it into more efficient technology. Just a thought. 
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