Specifications for Canon Pocketronic

Manufacturer: Canon, Inc.
Model Number: Pocketronic
Serial Number: Two Units in Museum
#1: 359900
Date of Introduction: October, 1970 (Japan)
January, 1971 (USA)
Date of Manufacture: #1: Mid-1971
Manufactured In: Japan
Original Price: $359 (US)
Weight: 1.8 Pounds
Size: 4" Wide, 8 3/16" Deep, 1 15/16" High
Power Requirement: 1 Watt, 16V DC
Display Technology: 5x7 Dot-Matrix, Serial Thermal Strip Printer
Logic Technology: Three Chip Texas Instruments LSI Chipset:
TMC1730, TMC1731, TMC1732
Digits of Capacity: 12 (8 in front of decimal, 4 behind)
Decimal Modes: Fixed at 4 digits behind decimal point
Arithmetic Logic: Arithmetic Add/Subtract, Algebraic Multiply/Divide
Math Functions: Four Function
Constant: Automatic in all four functions
Memories: None
Notes: Consumer product based on Texas Instruments' internal "Cal-Tech"
skunkworks project that began in the mid-1960's
Also marketed by Monroe as the Monroe Model 10.

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