- The Story of László Bíró, the Man Who Invented the Ballpoint Pen
- The pen may be mightier than the sword, but when Jewish-Hungarian journalist László Bíró invented the ballpoint pen in the 1930s clichéd sayings were probably the last thing on his mind. In 1938, says the Wall Street Journal, “a simple but remarkable ...
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- Biro pen, invented by Laszlo Biro, turns 70
- In the end the pair came up with the biro's distinctive nib, containing a tiny ball bearing which rolls as the pen moves. Unlike earlier ballpoints it uses a pressurised tube rather than gravity. Biro took out a British patent on June 15, 1938.
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