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The TP0456 microcomputer based Master/Slave architecture found in the TI-55-II calculator.
The CD4556 forms the Master, the smaller CD4555 the Slave.

From left to the right three different TI-55-II and TI-55-III printed circuit boards (PCB's):
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TI-55-II manufactured in the year 1981 in US. 
Famous for the bouncing keyboard introduced with the slimline calculators.

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TI-55-II resp. TI-55-III manufactured in the year 1985 in Taiwan. 
Uses two PCB's, one for the keyboard.

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TI-55-III manufactured in the year 1986 either in US or Italy. 
Uses far-east keyboard technology with conductive rubber together 
with contact fingers on a flexible PCB.


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Joerg Woerner, October 11, 2002. No reprints without written permission.