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Decimo Super Vatman SS 1

Decimo was a UK calculator and office equipment company.

Decimo Super Vatman SS. I.
6V (4x AA batteries).
Display is 8 digits, green fluorescent in single tube.
4 function, memory, square root, square.
83 mm x 130 mm x 38 mm (3.25" x 5.2" x 1.1").
Made in Japan 1977

Our Super Vatman SS! is complete with the original packaging, operation manual and soft case. This was kindly donated by Tony Curtis

Our second calculator is complete with the original packaging, soft case and operation manual. It has a serial number of 705388


Manufacturer: Decimo
Date: 1977

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH22726. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


Decimo Super Vatman SS 1

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