Sumlock Compucorp 322G Scientist

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In the latter part of 1972, the Computer Design Corporation of Los Angeles, California, also known as Compucorp, began the introduction of a series of highly functional, portable, electronic, scientific calculators that were small enough to be carried around and were battery operated. At least ten different models were made, with different types of functions but using the same basic technology and components.

40 pin LSI chips all made by TI.
16 digit -- Burroughs Panaplex II BR16252 Gas Plasma Panel
42 key keyboard
Scientific plus memory and pi
2 position GRAD/DEG slide switch
5.4" wide x 2.8" high x 9.0" deep
Removable AC adapter or 4 "C" batteries
Size (length x width x thickness) 225x137x70
Weight 1800gr

Our machine, together with the power supply unit and manual (How To Use The Compucorp Micro Scientist), were kindly donated by Chris Hankin.

Manufacturer: Compucorp
Date: 1974

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH22044. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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