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The Evolution Of Xerox: 1959 To Now

The 70th anniversary of the invention of xeroxography is on October 22nd. Take a look back at 50 years of photo copiers from the Xerox company that the invention inspired.

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In 1959, nobody really thought that Gutenberg's printing press needed to be improved on, except Xerox, which introduced the Xerox 914, the first plain paper, automatic copier the world had seen.

Between 1959 and 1976, more than 200,000 914s were manufactured. And while Gutenberg gets credit for inventing modern publishing, his invention isn't in Smithsonian -- unlike the Xerox 914, which the venerable museum decided was noteworthy enough to enshrine as an American history artifact.

 
 
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