Old Calculator Museum Advertising & Documentation Archive
Sharp PC-1001 Calculator Advertisement
This is an advertisement for Sharp's PC-1001 programmable electronic
calculator. The PC-1001 was a miniaturized scientific desktop calculator
with learn-mode programming features. Programs were linear in nature, with
no branching or conditional testing instructions.
The calculator provides 64 steps of learn-mode program capacity
eight accumulator-type memory registers. The machine provides a sizable set of advanced
math functions, including standard and hyperbolic trig, logarithms,
and exponential functions. See the Old Calculator Museum
exhibit for the
for more information.
New Scientist Magazine, February 7, 1974