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Additional Pictures 

 

Side view of the sleek Canon Pocketronic.

Two Thermal Print Tapes sold in boxes of five.

The inside view of the Canon Pocketronic.
Note: The correction chip was manufactured in 1974, 
nevertheless the pictured calculator was built in 1971!

The bottom shell holds no less than 
13 rechargeable batteries.

 

The serial printer with the thermal print head on the left.

The Canon Pocketronic uses the three famous
calculator chips developed with the Cal-Tech project.
Note: This picture was taken from an early
calculator manufactured in 1971. Later calculators
use black plastic packages for the three chips.

The name plate and the instruction sheet on the back of the calculator.

The Pocketronic Charger 21.


If you have additions to the above article please email: joerg@datamath.org.

Joerg Woerner, July 22, 2002. No reprints without written permission.