|Type, Precision, Input mode
||Scientific, 10 BCD digits, exponent ±99,
||1 storage register, not permanent.
||14 digit 7 segment red
||Instructions on the back of the calculator.
|Original Pricing, Production
||Jan 15, 1974, $169.95.
||3x AA battery pack or external off-the-shelf DC
4.5V power supply.
WARNING: The unit
does not work with the Texas-Instruments 10V AC power supply if no NiCd
batteries are installed.
||Length 14.3cm, Width 8cm, Height 3.2cm
||This was a successful competitor to the HP-35. The keyboard has a pretty nice