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Decimo Vatman 121 LCD Desktop Calculator

Decimo Ltd was founded by Douglas Dorsett in Luton, Bedfordshire, England. The company  had about 50 employees and marketed a wide range of office products, apparently just in the UK.

Our model is the Vatman 121 LCD desktop model with a serial number of 870410937 and was made in Japan.

Size (approx):
175mm x 210mm x 20-30mm(keyboard), 50mm(max) (w,h,d)
Weight 675g excluding cable

Features: Standard four functions with percentages, square root, four function memory, register exchange, change sign and double zero entry. 

Age: Estimate 1979

Kindly donated by Iain Smith

Manufacturer: Decimo
Date: 1979

Other Systems Related To Decimo Vatman 121 LCD Desktop Calculator:

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Decimo Super Vatman M Decimo 1975
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Decimo Super Vatman (type 1) Decimo 1975
Decimo Vatman Executive Decimo 1976
Decimo Super Vatman SS 1 Decimo 1977
Decimo Goldfinger Calculator 1981 Decimo 1981

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32069. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Decimo Vatman 121 LCD Desktop Calculator


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