Computer History Museum


I was in Silicon Valley the other day (all the way from Australia) and took time out to visit the Computer History Museum.


Fantastic place, and they have a collection of calculators too, most of which are HP.

Here are some pics of the collection:

Also plenty of history on other calculator devices like the abacus and slide rules etc.



Nice pictures, but in fact I think, these calculators are shown in a bit a disorders way....
In my modest museum I show the calcualtors in order to their serie as I think, this gives the better overview. I also do not mix calculators and manuals.


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