DATAMATH CALCULATOR MUSEUM
|This Canon F-65 scientific calculator
manufactured in 1984 reveals a
very unusual but rigid internal construction.
|The Canon F-65 uses a Toshiba T7767S single-chip calculator
on a small printed circuit board (PCB).
|The internal construction uses a
heavy sheet metal to support the connection
of the PCB to both the LC-display and keyboard foil sandwich.
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