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Autolector on-line document reader

English Electric LEO Autolector automatic on-line document reader
12 page illustrated brochure with technical specification
Ref: DP/220   096430LP (on reverse of booklet)


First paragraph: The automatic document reader by LEO PARNALL reads original documents directly into the computer at the rate of 24,000 an hour. It eliminates the problems of data preparation and releases the full potential of the computer; it makes possible dynamic large scale data processing.

Date : September 1964

Creator : English Electric

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH17024. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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