[The PB-100][Cassette interface][Printer]
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This calculator lookalike have the pretencious words 'Personal Computer' on the front. I wonder why...
2 x CR2032 3V
|Production year: 0000||OS: - Undefined -|
|Type: Pocket Computer||RAM: 544Byte||Display: Internal LCD|
|Resolution: 1 x 12 chars|
What it is, is a calculator with a good oldfashioned Basic language built in.
A few details:
A couple of points to remember about batteries:
- Storage: On audio cassettes using an optional cassette adapter.
- Can have up to 10 programs in memory (P0 - P9)
- Expandability: A slot for a 'options pack' next to the batteries inside the unit.
- Basic commands are stored as single bytes thereby saving memory...
- Expansion port: There's a 12pin connector along the top edge of the unit. The same type of connector can also be found on the bak side of the cassette adapter.
- To replace the batteries, you have to unscrew the two screws and remove the backside.
- The batteries are connected in series, so removing one will erase the memory... (Luckily, the batteries seems to last a while :-)
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