Texas Instruments. Texas Instruments started to investigate the design of a hand-held calculator in with the " Caltech " project. After a commercial tie up with Canon the result was one of the first hand-held calculators, the Canon Pocketronic of
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Five hundred eighty-three calculators, brands and one man who has painstakingly cataloged them all. Emil Dudek, a technology enthusiast who lives in South Wales, U. It's one man's digital ode to electronic calculators.
The TI was a scientific calculator manufactured by Texas Instrumentsthe first model of which was introduced in While the original TI left production in after several design revisions, TI maintains the TI designation as a branding for its low and mid-range scientific calculators. The Casio FX, another popular scientific calculator, sold for roughly double the price of the TI
Once upon a time, calculators were massive desktop machines -- at first purely mechanical, then purely electronic. In the early s, integrated circuit technology finally allowed electronic calculators to shrink down to pocket size, unleashing a new era of innovation that spanned several decades. That trend continued into the s and 90s, as simple models became nearly disposable, while higher-end units gained ever more features such as alphanumeric programmability and larger graphing displays.
Vintage Electronic Calculators. Remington Nixie Tube Calculator I love nixie tubes. This is a twelve digit desk calculator with a nixie tube display manufactured by Remington Rand.
If your teacher doesn't allow calculators for homework, that means online ones, too. Try the NumWorks calculator. User manuals, Texas instruments Calculator Operating guides and Service manuals.
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