Hallo Larry, > .Calculator Series: > .* 202 electric, 1 digit display with slider indiciator, > . > . > .* SR-1400 "Electronic Slide Rule Calculator" may 5, 1975 > JS > .* SR-1800 Black, Colored buttons, Green LED readout, Trig. > FB > .* SR-9190R Black, 10 Red LED, 49 keys, white num keys, SN#26612. > RI > . > .* GL997R blk-cream case,colored buttons,green LED,basic calcs+memory > TE > .* SR-4120R SR-4148R > TE > .* SR-4148R blk case,colored buttons(48),10 red LED, > . basic calc+memory+trig+x^y+statistics > TE > .* SR-100NC black case,49 colored buttons (most of them twice used), > . scientific calcs (was originally sold as QUELLE Privileg > . but is from Commodore) > TE I own a SR-6140, black case, 39 col. keys, 14 LEDs. The funny thing is that the label on the back says it is a SR-6120 but the description in the original booklet fits the 6140; the 6120 had 12 LEDs. I bought it in 1975 for about Fl 200,- ( 1 DM = 1.12 , 1 $ = 1.80 ). I knew I had this calculator but didn't notice it was a C= until a giant cleaning operation last year. I sent Jim a mail about this C= but I didn't get an answer. (I didn't know about the accident that time) As soon as CABOOM and VICUG are in the "air" again, I'll try again. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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