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Texas Instruments SR-11
1974
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: LED (individual)

AGS 14
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: VFM

Casio personal-8
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: VFM

Casio pocket-8
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: VFM

Digimatic M8-3 (Model No. 41015)
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: VFM

Lloyd's Accumatic 310
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: VFM

Lloyd's Accumatic 333
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: VFM

Novus 850
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: LED

Novus 6010 "International Computer"
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: LED

Canada made the transition from Imperial measures to Metric in the 1970's. All sorts of conversion aids were produced: tables, 'slide rules', and a few specialised electronic calculators such as this model.

The Novus (made by Philips) brand calculators suffer from poor quality displays which tend to lose segments, as can be seen in several digits of this unit.

Philips P-63 Statistical
1975?
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: LED

Identical to Novus 6030.

Rockwell 8R
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: LED

Texas Instruments TI-2550
1975
Logic Technology: LSI
Display: LED

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