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Brother ML-300 Electronic Display Typewriter - Retail Packaging

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  • Type in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese
  • Automatic center, underline, bold, and right-margin printing
  • 78,000-word English dictionary with error location
  • 16-character LCD
  • Perfectype professional touch keyboard
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.4 x 15.1 x 5.3 inches ; 10 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004WFZR
  • Item model number: ML-300
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 13, 2006

Product Description

Product Description

ML-300 ELECTRONIC TYPEWRITER DICTIONARY DAISY WHEEL 10 PITCH

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If you need a typewriter with an international keyboard and a 78,000-word English dictionary, consider the Brother ML-300. It includes an interchangeable cassette daisy wheel that is easy to install and allows you to type using English, Spanish, French, or Portuguese characters. Plus, a 16-character LCD allows you to find and correct errors quickly.

The ML-300 provides many automatic time-saving features and allows you to type at a speed of up to 12 characters per second. Its automatic paper insertion ensures that each page is positioned exactly one inch from the top margin. It includes automatic centering, underlining, bold printing, and right margin flush. You can easily erase a word or an entire line with just the touch of a key using the automatic correction system. Its one-line correction memory with automatic relocation makes using the ML-300 almost like using a word processor.

The ML-300 supports superscripts and subscripts, one-touch tab set and clear, selectable line spacing, and framing capabilities to outline specific areas of the page. The sleek design includes a paper support that doubles as a lid cover and a carrying handle for convenient portability.

What's in the Box
GX-6750 typewriter, keyboard cover/paper support, AC power cord, daisy wheel, ribbon, correction tape, instruction manual, warranty card


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Took in in to a repair center and was told it was not worth repairing.
Paul F. Cotter
If you have not been mad- I mean really good and mad- for a long time, this is the machine for you.
S. Godinez
Have to reset the tabs, margins and pitch every single time you turn the machine on?
SuperduperD

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By S. Godinez on May 17, 2006
If you have not been mad- I mean really good and mad- for a long time, this is the machine for you. It will guarantee frustration as long as you try to use it. I ordered this machine and the first one arrived broken. The second one worked but made the worst sounds when I would hit the return key, or backspace. Good for annoying my boss so I kept it. After a few days it randomly would assign margins, I would hit the margin release, clear any and all settings and it would work for a line or two and then at random indent, assign margins ect. No 2 lines of text would ever line up, and it felt like the typewriter equivalent to writing with a crayon. Eventually (within 30 days) I was unable to do anything with the machine. I could go on, but you get the point, I would pass on this machine.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By SuperduperD on August 8, 2007
I guess we are spoiled in this office with IBM typewriters. Unfortunately, our main one quit working (after about 10 years of use)and needed to be replaced. We did not want anything fancy, just functional. Every person in this office hates this Brother machine. We are returning it and will not purchase another Brother. There are several things about this that make it more of a hassle then its worth.

1. Can't see where you are typing. We use this for forms, so it is important to be able to line it up nicely - we waste so much time erasing and trying to line it up in the right place.

2. The keys couldn't be any harder to type. It can't keep up with your typing and you need to hit the keys hard. Lame and exhausting!

3. Have to reset the tabs, margins and pitch every single time you turn the machine on? No one can find instructions in the manual on how to make these adjustments stay.

So once you spend five minutes adjusting your tabs and reseting the pitch, you struggle to line it up, erasing and readjusting a million times. It feels like crap while you do it. And Wha-la, it took you 20 minutes to type a form that took 3 minutes on the old IBM Wheel writer.

Spend the extra cash and buy from a company that makes smooth comfortable and efficient machines.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Paul F. Cotter on February 8, 2006
I have had two of these units. I would definitely not recommend anyone buying the ML-300. Save yourself some money and get something else. Both of the units lasted only 14 months. I did hardly any typing with them. Only multi-page forms and applications. The printwheel motor failed on both of them and so did the electronic board for the keys. Took in in to a repair center and was told it was not worth repairing. Contacted Brother International USA and was told that the warranty was only good for 12 months. Save yourself some money and buy a Big Chief table and a number 2 pencil.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Nancy on March 24, 2011
I needed a new typwriter for work as the old IBM gave up. Just needed something simple to do forms that wouldn't work through the computer, so picked this one. What a mistake! The margin adjustment thing laid out in the pathetic manual does not work..I have gotten where I just take paper out and put it in to get where I need to type since the preset typing area is so small and the margin adjustments just don't work at all. When I follow the instructions and release the margin then manually move the carriage back, the ink cartridge pops up and won't go down until you turn off the machine and restart. Total piece of junk. I recently purchased a sewing machine and am now so spooked by the Brother name I would only buy a Singer. Also, no support available from Brother.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By James D. Chappell on January 14, 2006
WHILE NOT THE FAULT OF AMERICA.ONLINE. THE TYPEWRITER IS A COM PLETE DUD.

I HAVE REPLACED IT WITH AN IBM TYPEWRITER. I CAN GET NO SATISFACTION FROM BROTHER.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Venus on September 14, 2013
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It's noisy and a little cumbersome. Doesn't keep up well with my fingers. Lightweight. Serves its purpose for typing envelopes and forms.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bridgette on January 3, 2014
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These days it's quite an elaborate process to put an envelope into your printer so everyone ends up handwriting their addresses on their envelopes. This is very unprofessional in the business setting. That, combined with the fact that apparently penmanship isn't taught in school any longer, prompted me to buy this little Brother typewriter so that our staff would stop scribbling addresses to our customers and colleagues. Sweet. Set the tabs for them and they actually like it.
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By Diane-in-Colorado on November 30, 2013
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It's the only game in town, so I have to make do with it. But like some of the other reviewers said, it's a pain to use. I got it because it has a "preview" mode where you can see what you typed into it before actually making it type to the paper, and that part works well. But the margins drive me nuts - when you put the paper in along the guide on the left, you'd think it would then let you type within a half-inch or so of that edge. But no, it won't let you get within a couple inches of the edge. So then I remove the paper & move it over. Then when I get to the right side of the paper, same thing - and I remove the paper again and shift it to the left... and eventually give up & fill in my forms by hand. I just need to study the margins in the manual and maybe I can figure out an override, if I could then I guess it would be a pretty good machine. But it also has a bug in it, probably just my machine: once you put it in shift lock, you can't unlock it unless you turn it completely off.
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