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Commodore 1161 Desktop Calculator

16-Digit, Nixie-tube display, four function calculator with accumulating memory register manufactured for Commodore Business Machines by Casio under OEM agreement. Casio marketed the same calculator as the Casio 161, with the Commodore version using a slightly different keyboard design and nomenclature. Small and medium-scale MOS integrated circuits in conjunction with a large number of discrete components. For more information see the Old Calculator Museum exhibit on the Commodore 1121, which is a 12-digit version of the Commodore 1161.

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