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Decimo Super Vatman (type 1)

Size (approx): 83mm (max) x 132mm x 30mm (max) (w,h,d)
Weight 142g excluding batteries
Power: 6.0V DC, 4 x AA size batteries
Case: Chunky two piece plastic case. Bottom is beige, top is matt black.
Display: 8 digit green VFD display - ninth used for minus and memory sign.
Features: Basic four function with percentages, pi, change sign and square roots. Three function memory.
Made in Japan

Our calculator (serial number 71124) was very kindly donated by Francis Hookham.

Manufacturer: Decimo
Date: 1975

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Decimo Super Vatman SS 1 Decimo 1977
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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH30295. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


Decimo Super Vatman (type 1)

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