|Type:||Basic-programmable pocket computer|
This is one of the early basic-programmable calculators. I still
remember the day when I saw it for the first time (in a Tandy magazine,
the Radio Shack equivalent model was called the Radio Shack TRS-80 PC-1)
and still remember how utterly amazed I was that it was possible to
create a basic-programmable pocket calculator!
I never used this calculator myself, so I can not tell much about it. I only remember that it was not extremely fast, and that its error messages were not particularly clear.
©2009 Ernst Mulder