If you are of a certain age you learned to type on a typewriter. A Selectric, perhaps. And if you’re like me, you may even feel a touch of wistfulness for the days when a writer had to bang out a novel or news paper story on a trusty Underwood typewriter, the long time companion of writers the world over. But the reality is, no modern writer wants to give up the creativity offered by the word processor, especially if you write in Scrivener.
Enter USBTypewriter. They convert vintage machines into USB keyboards you can plug into any Mac or oc. Want to write the great American novel while hearing the clattering of keys while starting at an LCD screen? Well now you can.