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Commodore 1161 Desktop Calculator

16-Digit, Nixie-tube display, four function calculator with accumulating memory register manufactured for Commodore by Casio under OEM agreement. Casio marketed this machine as the Casio 161, with the Commodore version using a slightly different keyboard design and nomenclature. Small and medium-scale MOS integrated circuits in conjunction with a large number of discrete components. FOr more information see the Old Calculator Museum exhibit on the Commodore 1121, which is a 12-digit version of the Commodore 1161.

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