Panasonic �UF 800� fax machine, 1985.

UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 21: Fax (or facsimile) machines transmit text and images to a remote address by scanning areas of light and shade on a page. The first fascimile machine was developed shortly after the printed telegraph by the Scottish clockmaker Alexander Bain (1810-1877) in 1842. The central principle in facsimile technology which distinguished it from printed telegraphy was that the text was scanned. The Japanese company, Panasonic, developed their first office-use facsimile machine in 1946 and continue to be one of the main producers of fax machines today. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 21: Fax (or facsimile) machines transmit text and images to a remote address by scanning areas of light and shade on a page. The first fascimile machine was developed shortly after the printed telegraph by the Scottish clockmaker Alexander Bain (1810-1877) in 1842. The central principle in facsimile technology which distinguished it from printed telegraphy was that the text was scanned. The Japanese company, Panasonic, developed their first office-use facsimile machine in 1946 and continue to be one of the main producers of fax machines today. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
Panasonic �UF 800� fax machine, 1985.
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