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Advertising Archive - Canon 161

Canon 161 Advertisement
October, 1967

The Canon 161 was a follow-on to Canon's first electronic calculator, the Canon 130. The machines are quite similar, with the primary difference being the digits capacity, with the 130 handling 13 digits, and the 161 providing 16 digits. The 161 also adds a more general-purpose memory register versus the accumulating memory mode of the 130.