Hi. A question. Is this MK-161 a Russian RPN calculator with built-in analog-to-digital converter? Any chance of getting one of these with non-cyrillic keyboard?


It does not look that there are Russian RPN calculators with non-Cyrillic alphabet. I wish there were. The Viktor Tott website (click here) has a keyboard translation for one of the models.

Edited: 6 Jan 2010, 2:17 p.m.


You mean like the Elektronika MC1103? That wasn't the reason for the MK161 but some crafty Russian may have made it part of one. It's sure got the connectivity for that.

If you want, go through this stub and click on the hyperlink for an English article on the cousin of your obscure object of desire.

Edited: 8 Jan 2010, 6:40 p.m.

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