Bíro was conceived in Budapest, Hungary, into a Jewish family. A columnist in terms of professional career, Bíro saw how productively daily papers were printed and how rapidly the ink dried unmistakable difference a glaring difference to his wellspring pen. He worked with his sibling, György Bíro, a physicist, to build up another sort of pen made up of a ball that turned in an attachment. As the ball turned, it got ink from a cartridge and moved to store it on paper, much like a newsprint roller exchanges an inked picture to paper.
Bíro introduced the primary model of the ballpoint pen at the Budapest International Fair in 1931, later licensing his development in 1938. Right up 'til today, the ballpoint pen is still alluded to as the "Biro" in a few nations.
Today we observe Bíro and his steady, ground breaking soul on the 117th commemoration of his introduction to the world.