Casio AL-1000S Desktop Calculator
The Casio AL-1000S was a follow-on to the original AL-1000, which was
Casio's first desktop programmable electronic calculator. The AL-1000S
adds the ability for the calculator to be connected to a modified
external electric typewriter to allow the calculator to be compeltely
operated from the typewriter, with all output printed by the typewriter.
For more information about the AL-1000, see the Old Calculator Web Museum
exhibit on the Commodore AL-1000,
which was a Casio AL-1000 rebadged for sale by Commodore under an OEM
agreement between Commodore and Casio.
Casio AL-1000S Specifications
||Casio Computer Co., Ltd.
|Date of Introduction:
||Nixie Tube, 14 Digits
||Discrete diode/transistor circuitry
||Magnetic Core Memory array for working register storage
|Digits of Capacity:
||Automatic w/selectable roundoff position
||Four Function w/Square Root
||Four. Two full-sized registers, two half-sized(7 digits) registers
||30 steps of program memory.
||Rear panel connection for external modified typewriter
||Addition/Subtraction: 8ms; Multiplication/Division/Square Root: 20-200ms (Mfg. Claims)
||15" wide, 17 1/2" deep, 9" high
||$2,795, though price varied depending on mods to typewriter required
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